Last saturday was our monthly Diva Day, and after getting together for so many years it becomes difficult to have a project to share. But share we did! We had a small group, but we still manage to have fun. We narrowed it down to two choices, and our Maxine decided on flags.
Our inspiration comes from everywhere, and I researched for hours trying to bring ideas to the table for everyone to be inspired. Jane laFazzio is an inspiration when it comes to fabric and hand work. Check out her website if you get a chance, you will be amazed at her work.
The fabulous DragonFly Flag was created by artist Karin deBaay. As we all oood and aweeeed over it, she told us she was trying to come up with some ideas to bring to everyone when it just fell into place, and she had to go with it. Karin showed up to the party with a finished piece!
Maxine Custer and myself sifted through bags of fabric, ribbon, and various other trinkets to decorate with while deciding which bits and pieces spoke to us.
While Maxine worked on her flags, we all decided these flags weren’t really Prayer Flags, but rather, Inspirational Flags. In fact flags can be whatever we want them to be, and today they aren’t prayers, but rather Kindness Flags!
My first flag just spilled out in a big surprise…..The birds, the sequins, it was all very unexpected. It was so much fun to put together, I decided to create another flag, and while waiting for glue to dry Karin worked on some of her journal pages…..
Doesn’t Karin do beautiful work? She is a fiber artist, and all of us get more inspiration from her than she will ever know.
Maxine was also working on a lovely piece that speaks more eloquently each day.
While I completed my second flag, I realized I needed more flags for them to fly free on my patio. An artist can’t just have two flags!
Since we gathered not just to share and inspire each other, but to celebrate Karin’s Birthday as well, we had a Yummy summer salad, and Fruit Tarts from the French Bakery.
Karin had a fun day…
Maxine was inspired to keep creating…..
And I’m here to tell the story…..
This is the story of a Diva Day of small proportions, and lots of fun! Thank you for checking in with Stone Soup, I love it when you respond, and appreciate all your comments.
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