|Make cards or gift tags out of your lame paintings...|
Robert Genn suggests burning your paintings that miss the mark... but I have another idea.
You can vent your frustrations by taking scissors or a craft knife to the paintings and then re-purposing them....
Make up some gift tags by cutting out some simple shapes and glue or tape them together. (I used double stick tape) The "To: and From:" can be written on the flip side with a sharpie marker.
...or make some cards by cutting out ornament shapes and hanging them on a tree branch drawn with colored pencils. (The "bad painting" ornaments can be cut out of canvas as well as paper.)
You can make the card by quarter folding a piece of printer paper. The envelopes are "invitation" size and can be purchased at any office supply store.
So instead of a bonfire...(though that sounds sort of good on this snowy, chilly day)
...snip snip snip... glue glue glue and spread some holiday cheer.
I am the guardian of my boy's collection of snow globes. My mom has gotten them one each Christmas since they were born...Now the boys are 24 and 21 years old... So I'm holding on to quite a few! :) I do displays of them above the fireplace, and they are my favorite decoration. The ones from the "early years" are plastic, and there isn't much water left in them! Soon they'll be rattles. LOL
Quote of the day:
"Teamwork is a lot of people doing what I say."
(I can dream can't I?)
"My Favorite Things" waterolor~ 7.5 x 7.5
You know how when you're busy...sometimes the actual date on the calendar doesn't cut through the gray matter? Well, this morning it did! Horrors! Is there still time to do all my shopping online without breaking the bank on expedited shipping???
I am not an actual shopper...I am a virtual shopper...I start to twitch after an hour or so in a mall. (I think it's sensory overload) So, I gathered my huge stack of catalogs and started and finished my shopping this morning. I'm patting myself on the head.
Quote of the day:
“We are put here on this earth not to see through each other, but to see each other through.”