Saturday, August 18, 2012

Beauty is a blessing

Beauty is a blessing to both the giver and the recipient!
Embrace the potential.  These blogs are meant to inspire God's talents in your hands, hearts, minds, and eyes.  After all, Creation was the first thing our Father in Heaven did for us.  Let us follow His pattern.

Soooo, I started down the journey of whittling down my stash 18 months ago.  And I have had some measure of success (3 Kings, 8 Queens, at least 17 twins, 42 crib, and 22 neonatal size.)  Can you tell?

Moda Bake Shop   has been having a Link Party to show your "studio" and stash so I am posting this (I am #104) so you can imagine with me all the potential and so you can follow me and watch the realization of fabric fulfilling its destiny.

What you see is beauty on the horizon.  There is, also, loads of paper and stamps upon which I will write messages from my heart to your's or another's.













This treasure trove is shared with many creative women and young women.  
We art journal, watercolor, quilt, make cards, etc. 
And all for the benefit of others.  It is a beautiful thing to share.
again, I say:
Beauty is a blessing to both the giver and the recipient!
Embrace the potential.  These blogs are meant to inspire God's talents in your hands, hearts, minds, and eyes.  After all, Creation was the first thing our Father in Heaven did for us.  Let us follow His pattern.

3 comments:

Tonya Jespersen said...

WOW! Totally in stash envy here! I found your site from the nice comment that you left for me at http://crazymimisquilts.blogspot.com/ and I am newly following you. I would appreciate it you would follow me back.

Mrs.Hearts said...

Is this all YOUR stash? I thought I had a ton of stuff! It is sew fun to share your creative space with friends! I sew with a friend every Friday and love it!

I am Just One Mom said...

Will do! Our church groups (adult and young women) often get together to learn how-to quilt and then get into some serious production...!
The stash of fabric looks like more than it is because one wall is just books, one wall is just scrapbook & card paper, stamps, and watercolor stuff.
But I am whittling down the paper and fabric stash with every card set and quilt. Phew!