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Figure Out Your Arts And Crafts Style To Save Money!

When you are trying to live a more frugal life and you enjoy being creative then it is important to set up a craft budget. Crafts and supplies can be very expensive but by learning your personal arts and crafts style you can better distribute your craft allowance.

Craft or Art?

Many who do crafts believe that they are an art form and some who produce art call it their craft. Generally, a work is considered a craft when there is a set of rules you follow and when others follow those rules they end up with a similar product. Art is more distinctive. If you give a group of people each a lump of clay the end products may look nothing alike.

This may not help you know where to place your money but it will help narrow down what your arts and crafts style is. Also, do not be surprised if you enjoy doing a little (or a lot!) of both crafts and art.

One style or multiple styles?

Some people only do one arts and crafts. They may only cross-stitch or only draw. Most people who are creative have many outlets in which they enjoy creating things. If you have only one creative interest then it is very easy to decide what craft to put your money towards but what if you quilt, paint, knit, decoupage, cross-stitch and whatever else you come across?

If you have multiple craft and art interests then you have to be even more cognizant of how much money you are spending. What arts and crafts style do you enjoy doing the most? Can you narrow your interests down to one or two that you do more often than the others? Your craft budget can be allocated to allow more for that one craft you enjoy the most. You can then allocate a portion of your craft budget to projects that you complete only when you can find cheap craft supplies.

How much do the arts and crafts supplies cost?

If you do not have a large arts and crafts budget then you may have to choose your creative outlet based on how much cash you have to work with while you save for bigger purchases. If you cannot afford a sewing machine then instead of hand sewing large quilts perhaps you could make some pillows instead and while it may not be as comfortable as painting on a sturdy easel you can spread an old sheet on the floor and paint away.

Selling your work

If you believe that others would like to buy what you are making then you may be looking into ways to sell your work. This can be very expensive, such as the costs associated with producing a large quantity of work and renting a booth at an arts and crafts fair, or hard to break into, such as selling your work in an art gallery. It is also important to realize your arts and crafts style so that you know where to try and sell your work. A contemporary painter or sculptor may not do very well at an arts and crafts fair while you do not tend to find crocheted afghans in galleries.

If you are looking to see if there is a market for your work then you might try starting on a smaller scale. eBay.com or etsy.com are excellent ways for you to sell your product. You can produce only one or two items and try to sell them before spending the money to make large quantities.

By asking yourself these questions you can get a better idea of your arts and crafts style which can help you when you make up your arts and crafts budget.

How to Find a Good Tattoo Artist

Tattoos reflect your personality. They define you as a person upon first glance. So getting inked has to be carefully thought of. If this is your first time getting a tattoo on your body, one of the very basic concerns is finding good and reliable tattoo artist.

Your first option can be to ask relatives and friends who had a tattoo done. Aside from asking the who and where, it is important of course to know if the place was sterile and clean and if the equipment and disposable needles used between clients were really disposed of. Inspect their tattoos and ask if their expectations were met with regards to the result of the tattoos. 

Always bear in mind not to stick to one recommendation. Expand your choices by asking around since word of mouth is always the best form of advertisement. Other tattoo parlors give customer names for referrals just for your comfort and satisfaction.

Whenever you get referrals always make sure you visit the parlor first and check if what you have heard is true. Most of the time, these parlors are more than willing to accommodate you and answer any questions you have. As you survey the place, make mental notes of how clean the facility is and how the procedures are being done. 

The end result is you must like the quality of the tattoo and how accurate it is in comparison to the picture. You may ask permission to check on the customers around. But cleanliness must never be ruled out. It is actually the most important thing to consider. No matter how good the tattoo artist is, if they don’t manage their facilities well, then how can you expect to get real satisfaction?

Other than word of mouth you can also check the web in search of your purpose. Blogs and chat rooms can also prove useful since you interact with people of the same concerns. Just type the keyword “tattoo” then you’ll have a wide variety of choices to begin with. Just make sure to double check on these since opinions may vary.

Lastly, you can always go for the most reputable tattooist in your area. The most sought after tattoo artist can be the one for you. The logic behind that idea is they have good track record already when it comes to their work. People will not come to them if they have not proven that they are experts on the craft. Nobody will patronize them if they are not excellent in tattooing. It maybe a bit pricey, but of course your body is worth the price. You do not entrust your body to someone who is just a newbie or not of good reputation in tattoo industry.



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You can just about see the tremendous strain the dress is under in this one.

Note to self: I am not "Size S-M".

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Pennies From Heaven

I want to share an experience I had in common as a child with Dr. Wayne Dyer, author of the bestselling book, The Power of Intention. I’ll bet many of you had similar experiences too.

As a little girl, I would always find money in the streets, pennies, quarters, dimes and sometimes large bills. I would be walking along and happen to look down at the ground or in the snow and there it would be. I would easily find ways to earn money by babysitting, selling unusual things to other kids, collecting pop bottles — they seemed to be everywhere in those days – easy, quick cash for a child. I was a young artist also and always had offers from adults for my paintings and drawings.

Was I just lucky? Coincidence? No, I strongly believe it was because of my state of mind regarding abundance, even as a child. I simply didn’t have a belief in lack even when I knew my parents didn’t intend on giving me an allowance. I just knew I could always get money in other ways. I believe all, if not most children naturally believe in abundance until they are programmed to think and believe differently.

I watched Dr. Wayne Dyer on television when he lectured on PBS in the recent past. He shared his experiences as a child about how he would naturally attract abundance wherever he went. He was raised in foster homes surrounded by people with a poverty consciousness. In spite of that, he still “felt” prosperous and abundant and always “pictured” having money in his pocket. With this image, he then would collect pop bottles, deliver newspapers, cut lawns, etc. These money-making opportunities were coming to him all of the time as a result of his abundance or prosperity consciousness. So as a child, he always had money and abundance and that has continued throughout his life.

Here is one of many things Dr. Dyer has to say about abundance:

“It’s all about having an inner picture of abundance, thinking in unlimited ways, being open to the guidance that intention provides when you’re in a state of rapport with it — then being in a state of ecstatic gratitude and awe for how this whole thing works. Every time I see a coin on the street, I stop, pick it up, put it into my pocket, and say out loud, “Thank you, God, for this symbol of abundance that keeps flowing into my life.” Never once have I asked, “Why only a penny, God? You know I need a lot more than that.”

I agree totally about being in this state of gratitude and I too will joyfully thank God/All That Is/Universe for any amount of money I may find, even if it is a penny. What happens is that more money and abundance will continue to flow into my life, as long as that flow remains open and unblocked.

The other day, for example, I parked and as I got out of my car, I noticed a large pile of coins on the ground – pennies, quarters, dimes and nickels. It made me laugh in appreciation for this rather obvious abundance symbol! I thanked God for showing me that my prosperity consciousness was still going strong.

Try this the next time you see a penny or more in the street. Rather than step over it and keep on walking, see it for what it is, a symbol of abundance that just flowed into your life. Know that picking it up and expressing gratitude will keep that flow of energy open and flowing in your direction. Soon you will see more and more symbols of abundance and prosperity in your life. It really works!