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Breathing is good!
Posted by Janet Ellis on
I love the song “Fill Me Up”. In 2005, my husband sang bass for an acapella group that sang this song. There was this awesome alto that did the lead for the song. It was incredible. It became my own private theme song during a very hard time in my life. When they sang, my husband’s rich bass started with “Will you…” Then the alto and rest of the group complete with voice created percussion chimed in for the chorus with “Fill me up Bread of Heaven, fill me Enlighten me, Bright and Morning Star Build me up, Master Builder,...
Meet our Champions of Hope
Posted by Linda Worle on
Sponsors play an important role in the development of any company. Project Blooming is grateful to each sponsor . . . each a Champion of Hope that makes our mission possible. Botanical Interests' website is a joy to behold. We discovered them when we decided we wanted to include a zinnia seed packet in our welcome bags. The Victorian Word for Zinnia means friends and thinking of friends. Botanical Interests graciously volunteered to send us packets of zinnia seeds. Project Blooming is honored to have them as a Champion of Hope. www.botanicalinterests.com We are so much more powerful together than alone. In my own walk in those...
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Sun Prints Posted on August 25, 2016 by Botanical Interests Turn your blooms and foliage into permanent works of art by making sun prints! Sun prints capture the imprinted shadow of foliage and blooms on a piece of paper that can be framed and displayed long after the garden has entered the compost bin. To create your sun prints, you’ll need the following: Light-sensitive paper (we used Sunprint paper) Acrylic or glass sized to fit paper A full basin of water Paper or cloth towel Foliage and blooms (We used zinnia blooms and cosmo foliage.) In a low-light area away...
About the workshop...
Posted by Jewel McKeon on
The uplifting release which transpires from the expressionistic, mixed media process applied to a playing card quickly calls forth playful creativity. After a brief period, the cards are passed to another participant who will add the next layers of creative expression. On the third and final pass to another person words and finishing touches are added. This collaborative, the the artistic process is the catalyst that builds accord between each other. In the end, something incredible results! Encouragement, amazement, freedom, tears, and surrender surface from letting the pain out and hope to emerge from within. Hope