These high-res scans are from a distressed 19th century photo album. To print and use these images in your journal and mixed media projects, click on any image for a larger resolution. Then right click and copy and you are all set to copy into a photo editing programme such as PhotoShop or Paint. I sometimes use Word even those it isn’t a visual format because, well, I know how and it’s easy. So go get [read more]
NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS WORKSHEET
Take stock of the last year. What are the things that stand out, both good and otherwise? Brainstorm: books, music, walks, cooking, making, learning. Can you list at least five things that stand out about this past year? Feel free to add more, as many as you can think of, on a separate sheet of paper. Pay attention to:
What did you learn this year?
What did you try this past year?
What did you make that you really enjoyed?
The next questions may throw up some scary and/or sad emotions. Feel free to take it slow and take lots of breaks in this section but be as honest as you can. You can’t heal until you face up to it. Facing the truth is your first step in healing and transforming.
What is in your life that does not serve you?
How do you trip yourself up?
What are you afraid of?
What are you afraid of missing?
Now, take what you have thought about and written and use it to make your goals for the year to come and to give you some context for what you desire.
This year, what do you want to learn?
This year, what do you want [read more]
To print this page just right click and copy then paste into your favourite photo editing programme such as Paint or Photoshop. (I use Word which is not for photos but it works for me so feel free to try that, too!)
If you have bought an online class from me on Thinkific, you can save the video lessons to your own device. Simply hit the download button in the upper right-hand corner of the video and hey, presto. Here is a photo showing the button’s location:
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This page of vintage butterflies is from Natural History Illustrated, an encyclopedia of birds and insects from 1874. Feel free to use this image in your own work. Just click on image to enlarge then right click, copy, and paste into an editing programme such as Paint or Photoshop. (I use Word although it isn’t really for photos but it works for me.) Happy making![read more]
Feel free to use these images in your own work. Just click on any image to enlarge then right click and that image, copy, and paste into an editing programme such as Paint or Photoshop. (I use Word although it isn’t really for photos but it works for me.) Happy [read more]
Here you go! These birds are from the early 1800s and were from a French ornithology encyclopedia. Just click on image for larger version then right click, copy, and save into your favourite editing programme. Enjoy. [read more]
Here you go! Just click on the image for larger version then right click on image, copy and save into your favourite editing programme. Enjoy.
Here you go! Just right click on any image for a larger view then right click and copy. Then save into your favourite editing programme and print. [read more]