There are many Moms out there who are making incredible things for their children, for friends, for friend's children and so on. Many of those Moms think about sharing their work but never have time or they feel too shy. They don't think that they are "artists". As a Mom, I've struggled with this myself but I have come to realize I'm not only "Mom", I'm also an artist and I love it. Today I posted an interview with another Mom/artist on my blog who addresses this issue and it's phenomenal. I invite you to, "Meet a Magnificent Artist Whose Tremendous Heart and One, Simple P...
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Please tell me here what crafts you LOVE to create and where you share them! Do you consider yourself an artist? I'd love to hear from you :)
I share my crafts on my blog (papertree.blogspot.com), my scrapping at scrapbook.com, and most recently a mini album that I made has been featured on scrapbook-crazy.blogspot.com - I guess anyone that creates something is an artist whether you are professional or not.
Hey Sarah - great blog! What beautiful children you have as well....you hit the nail onthe head...I 100% agree an artist is a creator...in some way we are all artists and creators! Congrats to you on having your mini-album featured that rocks!!
I found myself blogging about crafts so much on our 'family' blog that I ended up starting a craft blog too http://www.currentlycrafting.com so that is where I 'display' all of my latest projects. I don't know that I classify myself as an 'artist' unless I'm painting ha ha, but I definitely like to put myself in the 'crafter' category.
Tonya - great to meet you! Fantastic blog ...I think you are an awesome "artsy crafter"? "Crafty artist? Hahaha...do you think there's a major difference between artist and crafter? I've met some folks who do but I'm not sure - what do you think?
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