There are times in our lives when we feel ripped out of a situation. Here are some ways to balance your thoughts and get back to you. If you've read Part 1 then you know journaling is a great start to sorting out all the feelings inside you as you try to shift your ability … Continue reading Emotional Processing When Your Life an Unexpected Hard Turn. . . Part 2
Personal Art is stuff you make for yourself, be it an altered book, art journal, a quilt, a knitted sweater, collaging a treasure box, or anything else. You are making yourself a gift and you can practice compassion throughout the process. Here's how to practice self-compassion while making personal art: Practice laying down your thoughts … Continue reading Be Kind to Your Art, Be Kind to Yourself
If I had a dime each time someone has told me, "I'm not creative" I would be a billionaire!! When I hear this it sounds like a challenge to me. I would love to help everyone who says they aren't creative, see that they are. It is my greatest joy to lead a group … Continue reading Not Creative? Think Personal Art not Fine Art!
Start a visual diary for your personal art. Lay down your expectations and express yourself in a safe place - your diary.
“Having a vested interest in other souls unconditionally creates a ripple effect that produces miracles in the lives of those around us.” ― Molly Friedenfeld, The Book of Simple Human Truths The ripple effect is either positive or negative and you get to choose. That can be very exciting or daunting. Right now our reality … Continue reading The Ripples from our Actions
I've been getting a lot insights into my creative brain lately. Mine goes at light speed with an over abundance of ideas. This morning when I was meditating with my oracle cards (Wisdom of the Oracle by Colette Baron-Reed) I got an insight about using an Idea Box. This is not a new concept but … Continue reading The Creative Brain and an Idea Box
How about a sponging and stenciling tutorial for our altered book? That's what I thought this morning. Sponging is really fun and messy. You can use this in your altered book, on your walls, or paint your furniture. The only real "rule" is to put on enough layers of sponging. If you aren't "feeling" it, … Continue reading Sponging and stenciling in our altered books