Wisdom bomb, mantra bomb, craftbomb...I dont know what to call it but I like it! I heard a quote recently about how if you knew how powerful your thoughts were, you'd never have a negative thought again. This newest 'craftbomb' is inspired by this idea. I often use symbols in my crafty street art to spread … Continue reading Crafting A Mantra: Will Can Do
There's not much need for an introduction as the title covers it pretty well, so without further ado, here are my top five reasons to make a yarnbomb today. 1. Fun Yarnbombs are good clean fun and everybody's got time for that! So often our days and weeks blend together in a blur of routine so … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons to Make a Yarnbomb Today
It's with great pride that I announce the nomination of the Rock Vandals for a Versatile Blogger Award! Thanks to Brenda at quirkycatsblog for the nomination; be sure to check out her blog about the cheeky world of foster cats! Acceptance of the Versatile Blogger Award requires nominating my favourite blogs and sharing a few things about myself. Below you will … Continue reading Versatile blogger Award
It's Chillingate time! When the clocks fall back Twillingate shifts into winter mode, which calls for strict adherence to a schedule of crafts and warm drinks. This is also high season for yarn bombing but the stars, the sun and the moon have to align for projects to make it to the streets-yes, i am referencing … Continue reading Chillingate
What do you think? Is it true? Do we need to redefine the way we think about movement and perhaps conceptualize it as a celebration? This yarnbomb can be found at Hospital Pond, approx 1 km along the clockwise path.
Yes, that's right! Another province has joined the Old Manolis and the Sea movement, this time (yarn) storming the political centre of the country! These starfish appeared in mid August on the shores of the Ottawa River just down river from the Library of Parliament (where one could read up on discussions pertaining to the … Continue reading Old Manolis takes Ottawa by Yarnstorm