Here are the results of April’s “No Fooling Giveaway” drawing.
to ten (so happens, email) followers which we will abbreviate here & notify privately:
So, if you think any of the above could be you, watch for an email from me, email@example.com
My sincere thanks to all of you for following us here at Joy Studio. We love connecting with like minded passionate makers and sharing in your creative interests. New patterns and fabric collections are just around the corner that you won’t want to miss. Also we still plan to hold a really BIG, 2017 Handmaids® Challenge later this year.
And of course, we always have lots more . . . to GIVEAWAY so please, stay tuned.
What’s ahead, what’s next, what’s this ole world coming to?
Anticipation, reflection and a time for start overs.
I’ve been receiving many FB ‘memories’ notices in my news feed over the past month. A few I’ve shared and some. . . I just take a peek at in amazement. Mine went back at least five years. Interesting, remarkable, some sad, etc. A whole variety of emotions are stirred up.
Likewise, here on the Joy Studio blog I can look into the archives to see what was happening a year ago, five years ago on any given month. Often either goals were being set, challenges met and times of grief, to overcome.
I didn’t realize when I started this blog, that it would serve as sort of a journal exercise for me, with an easy accessible record of the fun, the successes and the disappointments of this artful and life journey.
Although I have not always held up so great, I’ve been very lucky (so to speak)/blessed and watched over. I know, that God has brought me through it all. I haven’t always seen or felt it and still have my struggles. However, looking back over the last four (tough) years, through my family, my friends (close that I’ve known for dozens of years & many of you I’ve never met) and my creative work, the love (His) and watch care is clear.
And I’m grateful.
So, whatever God has planned for this new year, I’m going to keep trying,
to be ready,
Thank you once again, for supporting my efforts with your heartfelt comments and interaction both here on this blog and on our Facebook pages and Instagram. It has been very encouraging.
I sincerely appreciate you! And I look forward to more creative fun and work ahead as we share our gifts.
I signed up months ago when it seamed like a far off, fun way to spend a few days in an attempt, to rest, refresh and refocus on, the (my) art. Where it came from and possibly where it’s going and why.
A time to retreat from the extremely busy year of working, renovating, moving, etc.
And, I expect, a time to reflect, as well.
A time of learning from artist friends & associates/colleagues in the BIZ, who will be teaching.
As an extra bonus, a time to share the experience with my graphic artist daughter, Kate.