My hearts are a way for me to keep a visual journal. These little hearts are for my own collection and each of them has a story.
For example: the tan one (with the flower) represents a new adventure I’m taking with our local hospice. I’ve volunteered to create heart keepsakes with messages for clients to leave as a remembrance and legacy to their family. (If you’re an artist and feel compelled, reach out to your local hospice…they can always use volunteers, whether it’s an hour a month or once a week. It’s a wonderful way to use your talents for a good cause.)
The red one represents my younger sister, we’ve recently reconnected. Although we haven’t communicated alot throughout our lives, she has always had a place in my heart. Now she’s grown and has a family of her own. It’s been great to catch up with her and I’m in awe of the woman she has become.
You get the idea of visual art, right? 🙂
Next, I’ll be creating more of my own collage images to transfer onto the hearts. This has been a fun exercise and I’m learning a few things I’ll be sharing with you in an upcoming post. Until then, have a great week!
We’re planning a trip to Glenwood Springs and the hot springs. Hopefully we won’t get snowed on. If you’ve ever been there and have recommendations on eating or entertainment, leave me a note or send me an email through the contact form. 🙂