So how do you express your God-given creativity?
Um, yeah, I am NOT very creative. I try though… I do the scrapbooking thing but rarely find time! VERY frustrating! And my scrapbooking looks like a 3rd graders work on a GOOD day!
Oh wow! Sherrinda those are beautiful creations!! You are very talented! I love being creative too in other ways, but I just don't always have the time at this point in my life! I do scrap book with my daughters, and really enjoy that outlet. I love piano and photography. I think each of our outlets can fuel our the sparks for our writing too!
Wow! You're so talented.
Before I started writing for publication, I crocheted, did needlepoint and embroidery, and dabbled in crafts. Time is an issue, so I decided to concentrate on writing.
OOOOH, I LOVE homemade cards, ESPECIALLY yours!! Are you marketing them?? (Please?)
Sigh. My walls groan with art…of my mom, my daughter, my friends, but I can barely slop paint on a canvas. Cooking, I guess, would be my other creative activity. Does that count???
Love your place.
Sherrinda, your cards are beautiful.
My major creative outlet is my writing, but before that I did rubber stamping and scrapbooking. As others have said, I rarely have the time for those hobbies these days.
My mother was a potter. She had a wheel and kiln in the basement of our house. Her talent did not pass down to me in these areas but I did learn to appreciate creativity. I use to like to sew, and miss it. Now I scrapbook when I can, and most of all like to play around with my photography, when not writing.
Happy card making!
What a talent you have!! Love your beautiful calligraphy, and how special that you learned the craft from your Dad! God has certainly gifted your family with artistic talent!
My Dad was an artist (oil, & pen & ink – he passed away 7 years ago), my Mom is an artist (watercolor), and my brother loves to create art as well. I've painted a couple of pictures and find that I prefer expressing myself with words!!
I look forward to getting to know you! God bless!
I love this post! I come from a very creative family also, which I am VERY thankful for. I don't think I could tolerate if God gave me the desire for something having to do with science or math… =) The cards you made are beautiful!