Monthly Archives: February 2017

Boost Artistic Creativity with 5 Sincere Tips

Carrie Story Shares About Artistic Creativity As I meet artists and makers, I’m pulsed to talk with them about artistic creativity and how it positively impacts our lives. The creative spirit and the good life co-exist. In our modern world, it’s more … Continue reading

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Beaded Antlers Make Natural Statement

Could beaded antlers be the most unusual beaded object you’ve seen? In New Mexico, mule deer shed their antlers during late winter or in early spring. Antlers, an extension of male skulls, vary in size with age, increasing annually before … Continue reading

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Three “H’s” of the Kantha Quilt Class

Happy colors, history, hand-stitching: these three inspirations emerged from A Reversible Kantha Quilt Vest class experience. The word Kantha, pronounced (KAAN taa), means rags in Sanskrit. A Kantha stitch can also refer to a small straight running stitch in Bengali … Continue reading

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Completion is Rocket Fuel for Creativity

My brain wrestles with completion. In fact, it mangled this quote to imply some art projects were meant to be abandoned. “Art is never finished, only abandoned.” –Leonardo Da Vinci I found myself looking through boxes of projects and incomplete … Continue reading

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