Art + Animals = Compassion

Let me ask you a question, do you think fundraising for a cause is an unreasonable thing to do during this COVID time? I pondered over this question for the last few months. Watch my video to find out what I decided.

I hope you will join me in this fun and whimsical workshop where we will use brown grocery bags and transform them into lovely gift boxes that can be used as a part of your holiday giving. There is something special about making a gift with your own hands and spreading your love and joy to the special people in your life. Register here.

Register here. See you on December 5th at 11:00 AM!

Keep your eyes open for the next email from me. I will be introducing another unique project to for the “Angels for the Animals” fundraiser.

What Kids Can Teach Us

Was there a time when you realized that you love doing something that you didn’t know until you did it? I had such an awakening after I gave the Halloween Ornament workshop two weeks ago. I have never given a workshop that included kids before. I think it was because I didn’t have enough faith that kids would be capable of making the things I taught. Well, I was dead wrong! Some of the kids sent me photos of the projects they did and I got so inspired by seeing their creativity. I’m planning to do more kids workshops in celebration of the holidays throughout the year. What do you think of this idea?

Watch this Quicktime video of one of the Halloween projects I taught in the workshop. I was so inspired after giving the class, I made 20 skulls and sent them to people in my life who I thought needed encouragement. Doing this kind of action made me appreciate Halloween so much more. I realized that there is an opportunity to share your gifts with the world during every holiday that comes around in the year.

Now take a look at the whimsical skulls and bats Ellie and Maggie made. I love everything about these whacky looking creatures… the crown and the feather boas on the skull’s heads, flowered eyes on the bats, and the beautiful colors they used to paint each of the creatures. This is what I call creativity in action. Aren’t they talented? Thank you girls for sending me your wonderful work and I hope you gave them as special gifts to people in your lives.

Hand-Made Holiday Party! Angels, Deers, Bears and Holiday Houses.

This workshop is filled with my favorite art designs that I created and made for myself. I hope you will sign up and join me and give yourself some SELF-CARE. I’d love to help you create beautiful arty gifts that you can share with others. Don’t feel confident about drawing? Don’t worry, I’ve created templates for you of all the designs we will make in this workshop, plus you will receive a replay of the entire class. Register here.

REGISTER HERE!

Hand-Made Holiday Party!

Let’s get an early start and kick start your holiday season in style! Brew your favorite tea and we’ll have fun creating together in the comfort of your own home. I will give you ideas on how to make your hand-made little treasures into precious holiday gifts you can give to your loved ones and people in your life. Anything hand-made by you and given with LOVE will bring a big smile to the recipients face during this time of isolation and loneliness.

“I don’t think I will be able to make these beautiful art objects because I’m not creative”, you say? Don’t worry, I want everyone to leave this workshop with projects that you are proud of. My teaching style is simple and I teach step-by-step. Can’t draw? Don’t worry, I’ve made a template for every design that we will make in this workshop.

Date: Saturday, November 14

Time: 10:00 am – 12:00pm (Pacific Time)

Where? Zoom

Cost: $40.

You can register here for the workshop.

You will receive the Zoom link, supply list, and my personal holiday design templates once you register. In addition, you will be provided with a recording of this workshop that you can keep for life!

Space is limited so don’t wait too long.

Looking forward to having fun creating with you!