Papercrafting Gratitude: Thankful Thursdays – Week Ten
Papercrafting Gratitude – What are you thankful for?
Each week we’re dedicating time to thinking about, sharing and/or documenting what we’re grateful for – “practicing” being thankful by dedicating time to reflect on what we’re thankful for, and sharing it during Thankful Thursdays.
And some of us are papercrafting our gratitude and sharing what we create, but it’s NOT a requirement for participation in Thankful Thursdays.
Please join in and invite your friends!
For those who missed the
Thankful Thursdays | The Be Thankful Project launch post,
please check it out and then come on back and join in.
Thankful sharing – here’s what I’m thankful for this week…
I’m thankful for the ability to attend the CHA PaperArts Show this past week.
It was fun catching up with industry colleagues and getting to see all the new products on display, as well as learning about a few new companies that are entering the papercrafting market.
Stay tuned for photos, stories and a few videos!
Want to see photos from last week’s industry event, the SPC Mixed Media Event?
We created a gallery for you: the SPC Mixed Media Event Gallery.
I’m also thankful for a super smooth travel day (especially important today since I’m only home for 9 hours before catching another flight!).
And finally, I’m thankful for the ability to bring along creative supplies on my upcoming trip (supplies like the ones in Ronda Palazzari’s traveling art kit, shown above).
Because I’m bringing gifts for the little ones in the family I’m about to visit, as well as my hubby’s clothing for a trip north, I was positive my art stuff would have to stay home – but, I had room!
Sooooooo happy about that!
I was able to squeeze in my traveling art kit (a small Dyan Reaveley art journal book, watercolor pencils and waterbrushes, stamp markers, a few alpha stamp sets, a couple journaling stamp sets, fine tip colored markers, fine tip black and brown art pens, drafting stencils, stencil tape, detail scissors, liquid and roller adhesive, a small stapler and staples, and my Ranger scrubby tool).
Again, yay! I soooo need a little creative time.
That’s it for my sharing this week – now it’s your turn!
So, who and/or what are YOU thankful for?
Please share your Thankful Thursdays thoughts and/or papercrafting projects for this week – just leave a comment letting us know what you’re thankful for, and link to the project you created to honor it if you created one.
You can list as many or as few items as you want to share, and as much detail as you feel comfortable including.
there’s no wrong or right way to do this
and papercrafting is NOT required!
Thanks so much for joining in this week –
welcome to the Thankful Thursdays club!
Please join us again next Thursday as we share and tell again.
And, if you want to share how you’ll be tracking, documenting and/or papercrafting what you’re thankful for, please leave a link in the comments on this or any post – we’d love to see what you all come up with!
Oh, and in case you missed it…
The Be Thankful Project
What’s The Be Thankful Project?
We’ll soon have a new page on our site titled The Be Thankful Project where we’ll include, in an alphabetical list, what everyone shares during Thankful Thursdays.
The entries on this page will be updated each week and will include what we at PCC share, as well as the thankful topics from all of the papercrafting projects and comments submitted.
We won’t be including names with what you all share, just adding the share topic to the list so others can check it out and use it as inspiration for their own “being thankful” endeavors.
We want to hear from you!
So thankful for all of you – have a great weekend,
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