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Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up. Pablo Picasso at DailyLearners.com

Creating Abstract Watercolors in the Snow

Since living in Central Oregon I have gotten to experience snow. We don’t get much snow where I am from so any accumulation brings out the kid in me. I have had a lot of fun this winter playing in the snow. One day I decided to do a little experiment with snow and watercolor. […]






Travel and Photography

When I travel, even if I am just going for a walk down the road from my house, I try to take my camera. You never know what might pop up that is photo worthy. Even driving I find that I often wish for my camera. You can ask my children about family vacations. I […]






Getting Creative with Your Christmas Greetings

I have always wanted to create a more personal type of Christmas card to send out to my friends and family. Time always seemed to be a factor and I never got it together enough to make my own Christmas card. Well, this year was different. My husband and I have made a move and […]






Creating With Found Objects to Save the Sea – A Great Cause

If you are interested in being creative and helping the environment you might want to check out Washed Ashore.org. I ran across this organization a few weeks ago when my husband and I were traveling through southern Oregon. We stopped to do a little sight seeing in the coastal town of Bandon. The plan was […]






Isn’t “Organized Creativity” an Oxymoron

“Organized Creativity” was going to be the title of this article. As I typed the two words into the post I realized I had created an oxymoron. So I changed the title to the above. Organization and creativity is very near and dear to my heart and well being right now. Why is it so […]






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