Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Studio Graffiti

Some punks came and graffitied my studio this week.

Sike. 

It was me.

I took some sharpies to my paint-dripped, drop-clothed work table.







This is from my favorite Bible verse- 1 John 3:1 "How great is the love the Father has lavished on us that we should be called children of God!" It's front and center on my table as a reminder about my worth in Jesus-- something I often need reminding of. 


And sometimes I need to remember to breathe too. Ha.



My mom sent this article my way this week and I thought I would share it with you guys. It's a great read about being an others-centered blogger instead of a me-centered blogger and it's been on my heart all week. I love the practical checklist at the end. Chime in below if you get a chance to read it! 

Oh, and I got super inspired by my own navy and coral post yesterday and I hope to have a couple of suh-weeeeet paintings to share with you by the end of the week! Woot-woot.


18 comments:

  1. LOVING your graffiti! And I just pulled up the article your mom sent you regarding the "others-centered" blogging... LOVE the idea of it...and it's what I try and strive for each time I pull up my blog!

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  2. You have such beautiful handwriting girl!! I love the quotes + words! Very inspirational!! xoxo

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  3. GREAT article. I've been in a blogging rut and needed that! I have them most fun when I'm not blogging about myself and needed that little boost of encouragement to get back to others-centered blogging. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. LOVE that Dr. Seuss quote! Want to come and graffiti my room? ;) Looks perfect.

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  5. love the look of this! what an inspiring workspace!!

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  6. I love this! Makes the space so personal and really cute! :)

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  7. love the idea of having an area like that! pulled up the article and read it...and going to try to make my blog more about other's-centered blogging...not quite sure how it will actually turn out though. Thanks for the insight to it!

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  8. I love it!! Makes me want to do the same:)!

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  9. I like your 'breathe' word. It's pretty. Great verse too.

    I think it'd be fun to be able to go crazy on a table like you did.

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  10. that others-centered blogger article is good--thanks for sharing!

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  11. Wow! That is so fun and such an inspiring work space. Kinda tempted to follow suit once I get my new sewing table. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Great post! And before I head over to check out your etsy shop, I wanted to let you know that I read the article. It's great. Definitely convicting. I think about this off an on and can't quite get it out of my head that blogging in general is a little narcissistic. But it's the way many people communicate and share and I think it's a wonderful tool to consistantly point people to Jesus.

    Thanks for sharing the link to the article!

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  13. Love your doodles...I'll admit I'm no good at doodling. Seriously, I've tried and it just never looks cool enough. Maybe if I tried sharpies on a drop cloth?!

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