Wednesday, March 2

National Craft Month (Day 2)

Hello dear reader!  This week I was busy decorating our school bulletin board for this month.  You can say that St. Patrick's Day is a big thing in our area, so I usually use that theme every March.  Armed with my Cricut Expression and Gypsy, I started cutting at work.  I finished the board today, and being the meticulous me, I can say this is not one of my best ones, but it works.  I can quickly enumerate the things I'm not so happy about my March board, but I'm not going to do that. 

You might even ask why did I even post this project on my blog if I was not too happy about it.  Well, I just want to get the message across that we are not perfect.  It's okay if your rainbow is crooked.  It's okay if it seems that there's some element lacking here or there.  I keep thinking that some of my boards may not be as great as I wanted them to be, but they can look awesome for somebody else.  I guess sometimes, our muses need a break too and go to lala land, even during times when you need them the most.

Most probably, I'll be adding stuff on this board anytime this month anyway.  Who knows, I might even scratch everything off and make a new one.  Haha!

And that's the story of my bulletin board for the month of March.

Hey, I'm giving away a couple of blog candies in celebration of National Craft Month.  I would love for you to join me in creating.  Want to know the details?  Click here.

'Til tomorrow!


Melissa said...

I think it's adorable! Love how you used the different colored shamrocks to make the rainbow!!!!


Lisa's Creative Niche said...

Thank you so much for the cute share! I entered my first project in on the other page! Thank you again!