I posted this video of Tag Art because sometimes we need to create on a smaller scale. That’s me! While on vacation, I journaled, and I love doing that. I have many journals, some finished, some almost empty. Yet when Aron Bros. has a sale on journals, or sketch books, I must rush out and take advantage of the Sale!
When I get bottled up, or stuck and can’t imagine anything to paint I paint rocks. Now I’ve found tags.,…..shipping tags, sale tags, and anything I can collage, or glue something onto. They start out looking plain, unimpressive, and grow into themselves.
While I just had carpel tunnel surgery, I’ll be having a knee replacement in a couple of weeks, and will be glad I have something small to play with during recuperation. The something small being tags. I hope this little video gives you some ideas to use with not only tag art, but larger mixed midea pieces as well.
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When my kids were growing up, I always emphasized how hard work was the work ethic that was important. I also emphasized if you work hard, you have to play hard. This offsets the exhaustion of working hard. I love that philosophy, and my kids have this as their work ethic to this day.
It also came to my attention that laughter is the best medicine! We are a family full of laughter, love, and hard work. My grandchildren are being raised with the same philosophy, and they work very hard in school, get good grades, and actually look forward to going to school each day. Boy, have things changed. My grandkids all go to schools where the teachers don’t just stand and teach or lecture, they actually dress what they are teaching, getting the kids engaged. That is different from when I went to school, with the philosophy that you sit down, shut up, and learn from a lecture, or chalk board explanation. We don’t all learn the same way, and it wasn’t always a snap to get a good grade.
When my husband Les turned the calendar over and this Proverb was staring us in the face, it made me smile. After all, this has been a constant in our home for years. To see it on the front of our calendar helped me know my feelings were correct.
I copied this from our calendar, and I hope it will ring true with you as well.
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My oldest granddaughter Sarah, rescued another kitty while riding out Hurricane Harvey. Talk about the luck of the draw, Sarah moved to Houston just a couple of months prior to the hurricane. She was much luckier than so many people, as she was not on the first floor of her building. She is a survivor by nature, and managed to live off of her pantry, and freezer. I am so proud of her tenacity!
How lucky was this kitty? They found each other, and somehow many of us need to rescue something fuzzy to keep us grounded! So far all my grandchildren are the same. Loving, compassionate, and kind!
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This is what happens when you are standing at a reptile store when someone just happens to drop off a pet rat. My granddaughter Sage had to rescue it so it wasn’t used for food.
She had to save his life, and that is my sweet Sage. All my grandkids are savers of critters. And critters they have. After convincing her dad that the rat needed saving, she went back to the reptile store to get him. Now he lives in a wonderful terrarium, with all the primo food and love he needs.
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On the other hand, my third flag is finished, and I’m planning on at least two more to hang on my patio.
I’m so proud of how my friend is creating, and to the extent she is creating, it makes me so grateful for her friendship. Maxine has always been generous in sharing her creativity with everyone, and I’ve learned so many things from her.
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