Archive for the ‘art journaling’ Category

fourteen things.

Friday, December 20th, 2013

This time of year always gets me thinking about the future… December is already such a chipper time of year, with all the decorations and pretty lights. But I’ve found that for me, I walk around feeling like there’s magic in the air because a bright and shiny new year is just around the corner. […]

currently.

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Outside: It is currently a chilly 61° outside, although it is brilliantly sunny with deep, deep blue skies. I’m not trying to be sarcastic when I say that it’s chilly—it is chilly! If it weren’t for those gorgeous, clear blue skies, I’m guessing it would be 51° outside today. The kids went outside for a […]

art journaling… on a budget.

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

I was talking to a friend who is interested in getting started with art journaling. She’s interested, but she said money is tight. Oh, is she in for a surprise! Art journaling is the cheapest hobby I have. You can get started with $10.00 in your pocket. Here’s how: Get Going with the $10.00 Plan: […]

smashing.

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012

After months of resisting, I finally figured out what I would do if I had a Smash Book. So, I gave in to temptation and bought one! I have my painty-painty art journal that I’ve been keeping. The goal of that book is for me to have a place where I can try out new […]

what you now have.

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

Pinterest is SUCH a wonderful place for finding quotes. I found this one there: Such a great reminder to me, as a person who’s always drooling over something new… and forgetting about the things I had hoped—and even prayed—for that I now have. It makes me sad, that I am such an ungrateful person. This […]

look beyond.

Monday, January 16th, 2012

I am trying to work weekly rhythms in to my life and into my crafting. Trying to have a consistent blog schedule is one way I’m trying to help myself do this. Today I wanted to share this page. I love the quote! It was just what I needed… because I really need to internalize […]