Monthly Archives: December 2013

Wishing You the Happiest of New Years

The Holidays signal a time for connection. During the season between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, many folks reach out with good wishes to those they see less frequently. For years, my tradition included the ritual of sending Christmas cards … Continue reading

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The Power of Completion Encourages Experimentation

I completed Black Drusy last week. I belted out the resounding and positive phrase: “Yes!” and then added: “Wow! It feels good.”   You may recall my earlier post about this and other unfinished objects.  Given the affirmation I get … Continue reading

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Making Your List and Checking it Twice or Three Times

Holiday ideas grace my studio table…and get stuffed into baskets on the shelves, or wait to be noticed in project boxes alongside the workbench. (In fact, so many of “those ones” exist, I’m not even going to start.) Instead, here … Continue reading

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Christmas Song Inspires Angel Necklace

Ever had one of those snippets of sound play over and over in your head? It happened to me. The sound of a Christmas carol stuck and began to play over and over. “Angels we have heard on high…”   … Continue reading

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