I travel, I plant, I paint (mainly walls), I scoot, I tie dye, I write

Not much feels better than when a vague idea floating around in my head is executed perfectly. From Little Man painting perfectly, and fuss free, to me carefully cutting his shape out with no problems – even managed to get his eye lashes. The only slight problem was with the printer, but everything was too good …

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Keyrings are easily collected knick knacks that take up room if you’re not using them for their original purpose. I could keep the 25 years worth in storage. Or I could throw them out, they’re Keyrings after all. But they’re from ALL OVER THE WORLD, my brain shouts. Okay brain. You win. On canvases you …

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Words which help keep me present, because it really is the greatest feeling. I would like to share this feeling, which is why this canvas is my next craft for Day Tripper. An object won’t do anything for the person to feel present, I’m sure, but hopefully it will encourage it. Maybe the doors will open. …

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A few random things I’ve been up to in the last few weeks that I haven’t shared on the blog; I bought a place matt at a charity shop for 30p, with the sole purpose to paint it. Don’t question it. This orange explosion is the third painting. I keep painting over it every once …

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And we reach the last post of the DIY ideas to salute your favourite places! What an adventure, amirite? Nice to see you again, how are you doing? Good, good, glad to hear it. This is #3 This one could be the most time consuming craft but is the most satisfying. Lots of easy painting. I love easy painting. …

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How many times have you wanted to paint and been discouraged before starting, or stopped half way through because it isn’t what you envisioned? Story of my painting-life! I am not a painter, I’m not an artist, paint doesn’t always do what I want it to do and I can get so frustrated. But paint …

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The toddler crafting I bring to you today was for little man to try different tools to paint with. Spoiler: painting with hands always wins. I had three box canvases, 10 cm in size, and a whole lot of enthusiasm. ‘Red’ was painted with a paint brush, ‘yellow’ with a sponge and ‘blue’ with hands. …

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