Tag Archives: travel

Keeping It Simple

Yeah, I know, it’s a great concept but I rarely apply it. It has been a last minute rush . . . . ok, a last week rush to get ready for the Synergy 4 conference. Supplies for three workshops, … Continue reading

Posted in Art Journaling, polymer clay | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Catching Up

The last couple of months have been spent jumping from one project/trip to another. This level of over planning and over commitment is kind of how I operate. With the pressure on . . . . driving me forward. At … Continue reading

Posted in Art Journaling, travel | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Early Riser

I am not a morning person. For those that know me, this statement might evoke a ‘laugh-out-loud” response. While I like mornings, I want them to be leisurely, sipping coffee, thinking about the day ahead. It is probably in response … Continue reading

Posted in inspiration, travel | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Trip Planning . . . Again!

It has been awhile, but the travel bug reared it’s head again and I have a full schedule. Hubby and I have talked for years about going to southeast Asia. The history, the temples, the geology! We were thinking 2018 … Continue reading

Posted in Art Journaling, travel | Tagged , , , | 5 Comments

Oh Fandango!

Fandango is an annual polymer clay retreat organized by the Orlando Area Polymer Clay Guild (oapcguild.com). It is a 5-day retreat where you are able to take three different 1-day classes from internationally known polymer clay instructors. The retreat runs … Continue reading

Posted in polymer clay | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment