Fork Tree

Here’s another tree. Kiddos of all ages can have fun with this tree. All you need is a fork. You could create with a spoon but the texture would be different. I did use an old tube of paint. So there are visible clumps, which made for even better texture. Using water to spread the paint helps. Then I used a marker to add finishing touches. Wait a minute, I could add to this. I could decorate the tree with thin yarn and buttons. Or white beans. I mean beads but white beans could work too! Say! What an awesome idea. These would make perfect decorations for a party. You could use some kraft string or ribbon to create a garland.

What I love about all of my ideas is that they are just an idea that you can add to and change depending on the tools you have. I should put together a post featuring all of my trees. Yes next week.

On another note I can’t believe I finished the first rough draft of Weird Is Beautiful. I’m feeling vulnerable. Having second thoughts. Should I really say this or that? It all feels so personal. Maybe others will not understand me. Maybe I’ll upset someone with my point of views. I could go on and on but I won’t All I want is for my ideas, my art to be a token of self love. The love that inspires exactly the oppositve of the shenanigin thinking. I enjoy my art. Art makes me smile, lifts my confidnece. Always does. Always will.

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A visionary artist who paints blooms of optimism. She paints using watercolor, acrylic and fun tools like paper rolls. She's a tea drinker who's curious about everything in nature. Every day she creates and is her place where she learns to trust her ideas, create from her authenticity and documents her process because we are all artists.