The original session can be found at the blog here I finished creating my playroom area about 18 months ago, and since then, I added a cork board and a white board to the wall, and a few extra pillows got thrown there, too, but that was it. I found that I don’t especially like to… Continue reading Summer of Re-Runs Session 89: Create Your Own Playroom
My cat is obsessed with straws, so he was very happy when I brought out the straw rockets this morning. I made some today that look more like rockets, and he couldn’t resist the curly ribbon I taped on them! The original post along with the link to a tutorial to make them is here .
Hey everyone! It’s re-run week! Actually, we’re going to go old school and have a re-run summer of sessions. My baby is graduating high school this month, then heading to college in August, so we are going to fill up this summer with family, fun, and freedom from schedules. We will not be adding new… Continue reading Re-Run Week Sessions 151-160
This is a combined art and recreation session, because I want you to go big! Use your whole body, take up space, breathe deep. Fill a big bowl or a bucket with water. Head outdoors. Using a big paintbrush, (I bought a 10 pack at the craft store for pretty cheap) begin to paint designs… Continue reading Session 160: Paint With Water
Rarely do our life plans go as smoothly as we would like them to. Roadblocks come up, and instead of getting angry, scared, or discouraged, we’ve got to get creative and work with the detours. Here’s an example. I use YouTube every morning for my yoga practice, but sometimes there’s trouble with the WiFi, the… Continue reading Session 159: Art Journal—Roadblocks and Detours
Pick a section of your home that needs a good decluttering. It may seem daunting, but if you can take just one hour of your time to take care of that space, (or more, if you like) you’ll feel so much lighter, and you will have a lot to be proud of. If you haven’t… Continue reading Session 158: Spring Clean Your Castle
Dot painting has become very popular lately, so I thought it would be fun to give it a try this week. You can paint on a piece of board or canvas, a rock, or repurpose something in your home that needs a new life. Paint your surface black, then use a pencil, dowel, stylus, the… Continue reading Session 157: Dot Painting