Secondly, I found this photo on Pinterest in a collage which had other pictorial photos showing how to make the flower. The source led no where and no matter how hard I searched on google images or Tin Eye I could not find the original source. So I took the collage photo and removed the final photo shown to left. If anyone knows the original source please let me know so I can give credit.
If you ever come across a photo collage that does NOT lead back to a person's blog, it's probably stolen. What some websites have been doing is taking blogger's craft tutorials, putting all the photos in one long picture and posting it themselves on Pinterest with no credit to the author.
Admittedly I had been posting these long tutorial pics with the automatic Pinterest links below without knowing that this was a 'thing' until recently. A friend of mine, Beth from Stories of A to Z made a bird bath using clay pots. It's super clever BTW. But I've seen it on Pinterest in a full long photo collage and of course it doesn't lead back to her. In fact, on her original post, the photos are not in one picture but rather separate. Meaning, another website took her photos, made a new long one and posted it themselves. And it sucks for her because it's a really popular pin (like hundreds of thousands of hits popular) that she rarely gets credit for.
So if you see a long photo collage on Pinterest, click on it to see if it leads to the original tutorial. Some sites like The Beauty Department will pin full tutorials in one photo but most sites don't. If the pin doesn't go to the orignal source OR at least have a link to the original source in the website with the photo, report it to Pinterest by clicking 'report pin' on the side. Also try doing a reverse image search on google. It's BEYOND EASY. Just open a new google image tab in your brower. Go back to the tab with the photo in it and drag that photo over to the google image tab and drop the image in the search box. It will automatically pull up all images on the web that look like that image. Even visually similar images. Cool huh?
But honestly, it rarely helps me to find an original source. It's so frustrating.