Day 114: This book pedestal is artsy and green, recycling green that is - and so the thought for the day is to still consider recycling. I know some people get a little tired of recycling - or just forget to - or they do not see the value in something they are ready to toss.
Thought for the day: Consider sending your used items to charity - not if they are junk - or broken - or if they really belong in the landfill - but many items have some life left and really could be a treasure to someone else. Some items can even be repurposed - like these books were used to make a pedestal.
|Top of book pedestal|
Day 115: Lamb on a Chair
This lamb canvas adds so much fun to the stairway. The art changes here a couple of times a year, but I smile every time I see art here while going down the stairs.
Thought for the day: Don't forget that art has many purposes - and sometimes it can just add fun to a bland area. Why not hang some art today....
Day 116: Mosaic Bench
Something about a classic mosaic bench I never grow tired of. A basic sun, a wavy line, and checked areas - kind of the same ol' same ol' - yet continues to be beautiful.
Thought for the day: Sometimes classic ideas are still very hip.
Day 117: Ceramics
There is a selfie of my son and I in the reflection on the window. We stopped by his ceramics class last week and the buckets were out and it whispered of fun with clay. I also liked the abstract pieces and that is how we ended up with a selfie.
Thought for the day: Use your stuff - life is short so enjoy what you can.
Day 118: Love in a Box
Last month, we bought two of this heart art pieces. It was a few weeks after Valentine's Day and so they were on sale. I was not sure how to use them, but had the idea to decoupage some photos on top of the hearts. They came out "ok" - but it was the thought that counted.
Thought for the day: If you live away from friends and family that you love - make the effort to send a card or box - it is a nice way to stay in touch. And it really can be like sending love in a box.
Thanks for reading.....
and peace to you.