Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Last in the Mood to Scrap video for 2013...

Today is the last in the Mood to Scrap video for the year... and as you will see in the week to come, the last one period. There's some new things happening on 2peas and it's going to be new and awesome! :)

This page is all about my word for 2014: HEART. It's been my word for the longest time but I decided to make it a prominent one again... to remind myself what I am all about: my Spiritual heart and my art. I long to be just making lots and lots of painting this year. I want to make my scrapbook commitments less (yes, I am staying on at 2Peas) - and focus more on other art forms and creativity. This coming year I want to read more and connect more and be a bit less busy.
Here's the page that I made about my word:
You can see the video here:


And I want to remind you about the very first video I made for 2peas (Jan 1st 2013) that was also the word for 2013: STRONG. See the video and page here.
Here the list of some of the products I used on this page: (There's a great sale going on right now!)

WINNER!
Carla from Utah won the give away from the last post. Please email me!

Happy New Year!

Wilna Furstenberg
iheartblog

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9 comments :

Stephanie Bryan said...

Wilna, I admire you in so many ways!! Being true to yourself is something that always shines through in what you create and what you say. And I absolutely love that about you!!! Hoping your 2014 is completely magical!!! Happy New Year!! xoxo

jasmine said...

I love your word for the year. It's so very YOU. :) I look forward to watching you grow in your endeavors this year. I think your heart and your voice really shine through your art. In fact, as I read this post, I could hear your voice in my head. You are truly inspiring to me. Part of that is your talent, but another part of that is the heart you put into your work. Blessings to you and yours in this coming year. Happy New Year!!

sophie said...

Wilan this is such a fabulous Oage! you are so amazingly talented. Hope you find the balance you want this year!:)

artfulscrapbooking said...

I am so inspired by this page...loving the white paint!! So glad you are staying on at 2peas and maybe you will share your paintings here?! :) Evie

Hunter Usiak said...

Wow! Those are amazing. I love that your 2014 word is Heart. That is a word that everyone can relate to and I love your creation that is behind the word. I look forward to checking back on your blog from time to time.

Marie-Pierre Capistran said...

Wilna, as I saw your word I fought, she doesn't need a reminder for that, she's all about heart! :) I totally understand the wanting to be less busy. My 5 yo told be this evening that she loves to have memories to look back on but that she wish I would scrapbook less and have more time for her. It broke my heart so much. It,s all about finding a balance, you're right. I doesn't have the secret way to do it either. :( Are you going to CHA? I'd love to meet you. :) So happy that you are still at Two peas. You are SO talented and SO inspiring. I need people like you in my entourage. :) Big kisses and a very happy new year to you!!! Thanks for every thing you share! Marie xx

Marie-Pierre Capistran said...

Now that I watched your video, I'd like to ask that I LOVED it, that I love your page even more and that I'd love to run with your idea of the tree. :) I'll start my page with that in mind and see where it brings me. Please stay the way you are, it is SOooo inspiring! Thanks again Wilna! You are super! :)

Amber Sheaves said...

I love that you were still in pajamas. Too cute! At first I was scared that you were painting and covering up that pretty paper. But it really works great that way!

Ashley B said...

I discovered your blog listening to the Paperclipping Roundtable and I am so glad I did! Your pages are so inspiring. I am actually mostly a digital scrapper but I did get a silhouette for Christmas and appreciate your tutorial on turning your handwriting into a cutting file. I can also see myself using that technique to make digi word art. Thanks so much!!