After Halloween, Pinterest skips straight to Christmas

Don't worry, we're sure you can repurpose that candy for gingerbread houses.

Mar 3, 2020, 1:08 am*


Lauren Rae Orsini 

Lauren Rae Orsini

Pinterest statistics tracker Repinly keeps tabs on which pins prove to be the most repinnable. Each week, we comb its popular pins from the past seven days to find the quotes, photos, and DIY projects that are hot on Pinterest right now.

Sunday, Nov. 4 marks the end of Daylight Saving Time in the United States, a harbinger for a season of shorter days, chilly nights, and imminently frosty weather.

As inevitably as retail stores begin selling Christmas merchandise in October, the seasonal change is already making itself apparent on Pinterest. Pinners have traded in their Ryan Gosling Jack-o-Lanterns and corgi Halloween costumes for pins of a decidedly more wintry nature.

Here are some of the most popular seasonal pins on the site:

1) Christmas red velvet cheesecake (original pin)

2) A personalized Christmas sack for kids (original pin)

3) It’s never too early for DIY snow globes (original pin)

4) A cold-weather trick for wearing non-skinny jeans with thick socks and boots (original pin)

5) Rudolph in cake form (original pin)

6) A shimmery holiday gown (original pin)

7) Santa hat brownies (original pin)

All photos via Pinterest

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*First Published: Nov 2, 2012, 10:09 am