Weekly Inspiration: Gratitude and Spring

by Sarah March 26, 2012

Happy Spring everyone. Just a few pieces of inspiration to start you off on your week. I have shared this video with my email subscribers but I love it so much that I am sharing it again here with you on the website.

Also, some lovely photography and article about springtime desserts by Emilie Guelpa on Decor 8.

and Etsy is one of my favorite places for exploring new art and artists. Every couple of weeks I curate a collection based upon my favorite finds….here is one called black, white and brown and one called inner spring.

Finally, last week I finished a custom jewelry project for several friends. Each piece is made with my original photography, and sealed with ICE resin. I learned how to create these pieces from Liz Kalloch at the first ever create explore discover art retreat that I hosted last fall. I have several designs in process that I will be sharing in the shop in the coming weeks. Hope you enjoy these pieces and also the special packaging.

Have a great week everyone…..

 




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