Friday, 16 January 2015

How to flourish


I was just having fun playing with some new stencils I had cut, putting down colour and pattern with no real end in sight. The flower developed on one side of the page and a pattern on the other.

When I stood back I noticed the line dividing the space. There was a barrier between the two sides of the page. It made me think about what are the barriers that get in the way of my flourishing? (Flourish being my Logos365)

For a plant to flourish it needs sunlight, water, and food - trace minerals from the soil. But it needs these things within specific limits. Too much can be just as bad as not enough.

So I need to think about optimal levels for me to flourish, and how to remove any barriers to growth.



7 comments:

  1. What a fantastic layering, love the circles in the leaves and your flower design is gorgeous!

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  2. This is gorgeous, I love the colours you've used and the whole thing just works so well. You have inspired me to just play, stop thinking, just play. Love it, Angela x

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  3. Wow - this is a GREAT spread, and I love that you recognized where it was going from the dividing line!

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  4. what a fabulous spread Tracy! My, you do have a way for the most elegant pages in such subtle forms! Love this for sure! hugs ")

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  5. Love the stencils you've used! I think the color combo with the delicate handwriting makes it very lovely.

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  6. Tracy! Love this for several reasons...your handwritten text is so nice and casual without being sloppy. It enhances the flourish message. And especially without the watermark, I can enjoy the entire page :) great job!

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