Beth Nyland, my sister, chastised me when I hesitated to post some of my recent work. She said I needed to work on the discipline of sharing.
Noah Scalin’s Creative Sprint appeared as an opportunity to follow Beth’s advice and to have some fun creating and sharing.
Today the task was to make something that will fit in the palm of my hand using materials close at hand. I found unfinished art fabric in mats a few days ago. I connected with one of my oldest pairs of scissors. I returned to the joy of intuitive cutting. The little feather brought to mind Emily Dickinson’s: Hope is a thing with Feathers.