Transcript for Viewers Share Their Own Ultimate Pinterest Fails
? All right, it's time for our series on the ultimate Pinterest fails. On Wednesday we showed you that rainbow cake baking fiasco. So many shared their own fails. Crafting can get hairy and Sara Haines put a popular DIY project to the test. Reporter: Let's face it, sometimes our DIY dreams become downright disasters. We start out with Pinterest perfect intention. I can do this. I can do this. I am the mcfiber of Reporter: And dreams of grandeur where crayon collages are easy as pie. I may be able to do it. Reporter: But the reality, well, it looks a little something like this. Green is over in the yellow. That didn't happen in hers. Reporter: In one extreme case, this but fear not fellow Pinterest failers, you're in good company. Meet heather Mann in the business of DIY disasters documents hundreds of user submitted cringeworthy crafts in her book "Craft fail." On your first try you fail. Think of it as a prototype. What you could do next time that will be better. Store Stephanie pinning took on a whole new minute just two nights before her wedding as she made this DIY seating chart with straight pins. Next thing you know I ended up in the emergency room with a straight pin in my left lung. Okay, so potential dangers aside, it's hard not to get a little inspired by all of these pretty pictures, full disclosure, I'm not very crafty, but I follow instructions well so I'll attempt to make Martha Stewart's bath fizzies all over Pinterest. If Martha can do it, come on. What started out seemingly easy, I always wanted to do that went downhill. Whoa, whoa, fizzing fast. Like baby chia pets. Who knows what overnight could add to this project. Well, we'll find out. Here's what they're supposed to look like. What do they look like? I love you, mom. Oh, no. So proud of you. So I was hoping to be like yeast and they would rise. You can't be good at everything. That's what my mom always said. Wah, wah. Sonia has a terrific website, pin tester and puts a lot of recipes and DIY projects to the test. What happened with Sara's fizzies. You sprayed the water on too fast. Yeah, you have to be super patient and just spritz in a tiny bit at a time and then mix it in and then put it in there so it has to be really like a lot of patience. Or be more open-minded about the shape of your bath fizzies, people. It might explode if you put it in a tub. Check out our "Good morning America" Pinterest page and thanks, Sonja, and we want to hear more about your fails at goodmorningamerica.com on Yahoo! I'll put this down because I'm concerned for my safety.
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