Sundays are the best! It’s the beginning of the week, you’re about to start something new and have so many possibilities and opportunities!
This is also how we feel when we start a new art project. You have endless possibilities to create and everything you need to start!
These feelings are also how we hope you feel when you open one of our boxes. Everything (even the packaging, bubble wrap and keepsake box) can be used to create. If you live on the east coast, tomorrow is the last day to order and ensure that your gift arrives before Christmas.
Let us know in the comments below, how do you feel when you start a new project?? #processart#tinylittlegoodness#artbox#kidart#makeit#holidaygifts#kidsartboxes
Day 21 complete. Today was one of those days that would have been easy to skip out on. After returning from an overnight road trip, not sleeping well and the heavy rain it was not ideal to go anywhere.
The question became am I bigger than my excuses? What will be the compound effect of not going?
Every moment of every day we are challenged. We are challenged to do what will lead us to our goals or challenged by our excuses. What wins? Today was another day I beat my excuses and had one great workout 🏋️♀️. At the end I felt inspired , motivated and fulfilled. The other side of that would of been lazy, regretful, and unfulfilled. It all came down to one simple choice. The same micro choices we make throughout everyday. As the year winds down do all that you can to gain momentum to finish the year strong. Start #2019 with #power#postivevibes and #happiness . Feel good about who you are and what you do. It’s what we do when no one is looking that counts. In the end you always know what you did and did not do. Start to fill up your own cup by making small decisions that empower your day.
Captions are hard. Anyways, I bought this rough cut pine a while back and don’t really have many ideas what to do with it. Today I planed some pieces down and glued them up to make a desk for our dormer. I’ve got about 20 - eight footers left, they are 5/4 though some of them are twisted or bowed that it takes it down to 4/4. Anyone have ideas on what I should do with them? You can see they have lots of worm holes, knots and some live edge. Maybe fill with resin? No clue, I’ve never touched the stuff. Thanks!