Year in Review ~ Goals
I’m very goal oriented and love creative challenges, so in 2011 I set two goals finish my second book without a hitch and find someone that believed in me enough to launch a very vintage stamp line. With a lot of hard work and faith by the end of the 2011 I was able to check these two goals off my list. It is such a nice feeling to set goals and see them obtained.
1. In early May, I completed my second technique based book ~ “Delight in The Seasons” this book will give you ideas to create a year of memorable holidays & celebrations and is filled with loads of inspiration.
If you would like to see inside my new book please click HERE. Then scroll down to the “Selected Pages” and “Content” to see some sneak peeks inside. I’m so very proud of this book and how everyone at F+W Media, Inc. put it all together. It looks great next to “Delight In The Details”. I still can’t believe I’m a two time author. I’ve already started working on my proposal for book #3 and have some really awesome over the top vintage ideas and techniques just waiting to be created and shared.
Here are a few links for you to check out if you’re thinking of making a purchase. You can even purchase the Kindle and Nook versions too.
2. In November, I launched my stamp line “Antiquated Collection” with Pink Persimmon. For inspiration make sure you check out and “Like” the Antiquated Facebook Page. Here you will be inspired with all kinds of ideas using the stamp sets. Once the Facebook Page hits 300 “Likes” I’ll be giving away a RAK. Hope to see you there.
Did you set any scrapping goals for 2012? If you are a bit timid to take the leap into publications and submissions or not sure how to go about doing it, don’t forget about the “Author to Artist” PDF I have for download… it’s FREE! You can find it on the right side column on the Home Page of my website.
While reading Karen Russell’s blog Snapshots of a good life, which I love reading because the way she writes and her photography is always so amazing… anyway, this POST had this awesome quote that I had to share.
“Time is inevitably going to pass and one year from today, you can find yourself in the exact same spot you’re in now, you can find yourself further away from your goal or you can find yourself closer to your goal – so where do you want to be a year from now?”
So with all that said… jump in, set some goals and have fun doing it. Right now, I’m deep in CHA-W projects and the good thing for you is it’s almost time to share some sneak peeks of what I’ve been working on using new Maya Road products. I believe you’re going to have a wish list a mile long when you see everything Caroline has been working on. It’s an amazing release.