This is National Craft Month. Yes, you already know this and have been celebrating or buying since March 1. Let's answer some questions today. Have you stopped to think or stopped to answer this question, "Why are you a crafter or why do you call yourself a crafter"? What is your crafting forte or strong point? Where do you get your motivation to do what you are doing? Do you keep or sell your projects or what happens to the finish project? Have you ever looked at your work and started laughing wondering what were you thinking or drinking at the time?
When I take a closer look at myself and why I love to craft, first and foremost, I thank God for giving me this gift that has turned into a hobby of something I've done for years. I actually started crafting in high school and it advanced to exploring my creative side over the years. Areas of crafting I've dabble in are, drawing and painting pictures and objects, sewing, making floral arrangements, making dolls, making objects out of metal, making jewelry, making objects out of clay, etc. Today, I enjoy preserving memories through scrap booking, mini-albums and cards. I don't have one forte but the general perception as of this writing would be card making because that's what most people see me doing. Because of my entrance into Embrace Your Art 365, some of my old techniques are coming back (drawing and painting).
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