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Some Recent Work to Share with You – Mixed Media

watercolour downtown vancouver

Baker StreetVancouver, BCWoodward’s “W” These are a few mixed media prints I’ve been working on over the past few months that I thought I’d share with you. They’re inspired by the little mountain town I live in, Nelson, BC and the city I used to live in that I miss dearly, Vancouver, BC. Most of…

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Create Your Own Blackout Poetry! Fun and Simple.

Blackout Poetry in the Making Sometimes writing poetry can be a bit daunting. This is why this project is great for anyone. It’s simple and fun and can appeal to the quirky (like myself). Quirky Blackout Poem “Star Wars is Perfect” This is another project that requires minimal supplies; recycled written text, old newspapers, magazines…

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Make Your Own Collage!

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Whimsical Collage of Brownstones With the record snowfalls, and looming omicron virus, I’ve been hunkered down mostly indoors as of late. This is fine for someone like me, I enjoy the coziness of winter and the endless days of creativity. One of my favourite endeavours is mixed media/collage. This is something I’ve always enjoyed. Why?…

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A Little Embroidered Reminder That ‘You Matter’

embroidery pattern you matter

“you matter” Lately I’ve rediscovered my passion for stitching. I’m working on several embroidery pattern designs that I can’t wait to craft into decorated pieces of cloth. Watch my etsy shop for upcoming patterns. You can find this one here.

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My Website Is Finally Launched

website is launched! I built my website months ago and it’s been sitting all nicely coded waiting to be launched in my laptop. It’s funny how when I’m off work for the summer I find myself busier than when I’m working. But that busyness is doing the things I enjoy, like being outdoors, doing art,…

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Our Youth Today + Devices Screen time + Technology

youth, screen time, digital media, addiction, reconnecting

Do you ever feel like you’re losing your child to the deep, dark pit of technology? I know I do. It’s an addiction and it’s real. This isn’t the 80’s As a product of growing up in the 70’s through the early 90’s I feel fortunate to be one of the last generations to grow…

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INFJ’s: The Most Rare Breed

INFJ, MBTI, Myers-Briggs, creative, artist, Personality Test

INFJ introvert INFJ, MBTI Introverted,Intuitive, Feeler, Judger; this personality type is known to be highly creative, passionate about what we believe in, extremely loyal and compassionate, always focused on “the meaning of life”, we put a lot of merit into our relationships and hold onto deep, meaningful bonds. INTROVERTED: prefer to focus on ideas, information,…

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Journaling Through Anxiety and Turmoil To Create Joy

Art Journaling has been my “go-to” for years, I find it the most cathartic form of working through my inner turmoil and emotions and expressing myself. I hope that someone someday when I am gone someone somewhere, picks my soul up off of these pages and thinks “I would have loved her.” Nothing gets me…

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Simple DIY Boho Chic Wall Hanging: Recycled and Sustainable

You can easily make this boho chic wall hanging yourself in an evening and it’s made out of completely sustainable recycled materials. Supplies Needed: A branch that suits the style you want, I like the ones with a slight curve to them, but whatever you fancy works.Some old t-shirts and scissors or you can purchase…

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