Today is the day for the Makers Creative Collab hosted by P. M. Artist Studio. This is the third collab I participated in. The first two being a simple project using specific items and the Spooky Scrolls.
This project was almost an inedible project that I would do at my desk, but some time last week, I decided to whip out the baking skills and go cookie.
I felt it would be best to make a cornucopia. I never done it, didn’t know how I was going to do it, or if it was going to work. I just did it. I started off with making two boxes, but decided against it.
100% edible. All cookies, icing, and food coloring. My kids are going to enjoy this one.
Here’s the playlist for the collab: Makers of Mixed Media Art/Artist #makerscreativecollab
It’s day 16! Where are we today? We are one step closer to whatever goal we set, one step closer to a different us, one step closer to wherever it is we’re going.
I was listening to a podcast that my husband shares with me throughout the week, and the one thing that came up more to me is the one thing I HAD the most issues with, not letting go of something that happened to me, always having my guard up and not trusting anyone or anything.
Even though I don’t have that hold on to it to upset myself issue anymore, I’ll never forget it. Not to remind someone of what they did or how a situation went, but to remind ME that if I didn’t go through it, I wouldn’t be who I am or where I am today. Just as you embrace who you are, embrace what gets you there. It’s a story to tell and motivate others. It shows people that if you do what it takes, you can make it through anything.
As you sit down, take a deep breath, and relax, think about how much we need ourselves as well as other people. If we were meant to be alone, we would’ve been given our own world to live in. Instead, we’re here to go through every level and mood of life with people. There are people for everything. People for happy, sad, pain, motivation, discouraging, etc., but it’s all about how you handle yourself with those people. The decisions you make while handling those people will determine how long they remain in your life. Never forget them.