The Art Of Sewing

Do you have a list of things you want to do or experience in life? Most of us only dream about the things they want in life but never get to the point of actually doing it. They get stuck in daily life and routine thinking that its not possible. Maybe they are scared or have other reasons. Maybe they think that they are not good enough or that they don’t have enough money to do it.

One of my to-do-things is to become a professional tailor. Yes, a professional tailor! Some years ago I would never have thought to actually go and do it. I thought it was not possible as a working mom of two children and a husband with a busy life to go and do that. But after realising that our world of today is full of negative feelings, hatred and jealous people that can’t be changed I just took the plunge because change begins within ourselves. We make our own choices and negativity is not one of mine anymore.

So think about it and go do what you want to do. Be possitive and kind to others on your journey. You will be surprised!

 

Women’s Circle Traveling Art Journal: part IV

Here is the next part of our traveling art journal. This work was made by Petrina. You can read the whole process of how she made it at her blog! Until now all the works are very different but I also like to see what everyone comes up with.

And if you want to read more here is the full list of participants:
Artful Fairy Tales | The Marmelade Gypsy | Bella & Blackstone | Goodness Recycled | Middle Girl | Ophelia’s Art | Christina JacksonLovely ReveriesKyra Wilson’s Studio | She Who Seeks | Words & Blooms | Free Spirit Sribblings | A North End Journal | Magic Love Crow | Bichinhos na Cabeça | Castle Crowns Cottages |

Throwback Thurday: Ying & Yang Birds

When I first started my other blog this was the first artwork that I posted. To me it was more of a experiment because before that I was always drawing/painting people. After that first post I tried many other subjects to paint. I even learned myself to watercolor. But I found out that I still love to paint people the most. What is your favorite artwork subject?