One of my favorite quotes. You know what to do. You know what your music is. Go create!
I had originally loaded this on Facebook, but when I wanted to point it out to someone else, I thought this would be a better place to have it. If you’re interested in purchasing my window tins, but aren’t sure how sturdy the plastic window is, I understand! I’ve bought tins myself with those flimsy windows that seem like they’ll fall off in a slight breeze. So this video is for you! I poke at my window tins, demonstrating that they are pretty sturdy!
For some reason, it won’t let me embed it, so just click here to see it!
I was in Boston last week and we walked across the Charlestown Bridge to get to the USS Constitution (which I highly recommend visiting). After crossing the bridge, we stumbled upon the Paul Revere Park. It’s a gorgeous park. And the entrance to the park had some beautiful mosaics.
Now that I’m home, I’ve done a little research to find that there were a few mosaics that I missed, unfortunately. I also learned that the mosaics were created by artist Susan Gamble, who also created many of the wonderful hand made tiles included in them. Since I do both mosaics and create tiles, I found these mosaics inspirational in numerous ways!
If you are ever in Boston, make time to stop by the Paul Revere Park. And spend more time exploring than I did!
Meanwhile, here are a few photos to enjoy:
I use a badge holder at my day job. I had created the one on the left several years ago, and it has taken a beating! So it was time to create a new one, especially since I’m in a bit of crafting withdrawal at the moment! (I haven’t been able to craft for a while!) I really like the colors on the old one. They always seemed to go with what I was wearing (which is typically jeans). We’ll see how the new one works out. I may have overdone the ribbons….. Wait, can you over-do ribbons??