Welcome to Week Three of the month-long Carnival of Creative Mothers to celebrate the launch of The Rainbow Way: Cultivating Creativity in the Midst of Motherhood
by Lucy H. Pearce.
Today's topic is Creative Inheritance. Do read to the end of this post for a full list of carnival participants.
Join the Carnival and be in with a chance to win a free e-copy of The Rainbow Way! Next week is our final week!
December 11th: The Creative Process.
I have many fond memories crafting with my mom.
Just the other day, she shared one of her latest deco creations on Facebook, and I couldn't help but share this with you, because it's really inventive and pretty darn awesome.
She bought this rather tired looking, very kitch glass bell from a thrift store (yeah, I also got the thrifting gene from my mom!
The little tree lights up (battery led tree) and you can just rearrange it every year, swapping out old ornaments.
Shop Amazon for christmas decorations:
- exclusive access to a private Facebook group for creative mothers
- a vibrant greetings card and book-mark of one of the author's paintings.
Or order from your local bookshop.
- Carnival host and author of The Rainbow Way, Lucy at Dreaming Aloud celebrates her creative fairy godmothers, and gives thanks for the creative blessings that each has gifted her.
- In 'From Trash To Treasure: Christmas Decoration' Laura from Authentic Parenting shares fond memories crafting with her mom and a little project her mom did recently.
- Lucy Pierce from Soulskin Musings celebrates the rich creative inheritance of her mother's poetic soul and artful ways.
- Is thinking differently a curse or a gift? Zoie at TouchstoneZ susses out whether her family legacy might hinder or encourage creativity.
- Dawn Collins at TheBarefootHome Dawn thinks we're all born with a creative inheritance from the mother we all share…Mother Nature.
- Licia Berry at Illumined Arts looks at the creative inheritance passed on by our ancestral lineage, discovered through sexuality and the Sacred Feminine within in "Sexuality and the Sacred Feminine"
- Alex at The Art of Birth explores the nature of creativity.
- Handcrafts are prayers, that's what Corina from PatchScrap learned from grandmother.
- Jennifer at Let Your Soul Shine retraces her creative inheritance from her childhood and all the way back to the 19th Century.
- Kirstin at Listening to the Squeak says "I have always known my creative inheritance and it is so very important for my children to know theirs."
- Becky at Raising Loveliness reflects on her experiences of creativity.
- Creative Inheritance is a Beautiful Thing, says Aimee at Creativeflutters and discusses where her creativity comes from and what influences in her family have helped her on her artistic journey.
- Georgie at Visual Toast shares her creative inheritance.
- Esther at Nurture Workshop expresses the gift of a creative mind and the doors that are waiting to be opened for those who are willing to explore.
- Whitney Freya at Creatively Fit is inspired by the sacred spark within each of us, a spark that transcends time and is infinitely creative.
- Denise at It Begins with a Verse looks back at her family's creative inheritance.
- Womansart shares her reflections on creative inheritance.
- Lys at Stars and Spirals looks at the creative inheritance as described by the astrological chart, drawing on her personal journey into motherhood and reawakened creativity.
- Biromums wrote poems about their creative inheritance.
- Kae at The Wilde Womb reflects on the various artists within her family and how it has shaped her identity and what impression she wishes to leave her own children.
- Marit's Paper World shares her creative inheritance.
- Lucy at Capture by Lucy reflects on her experiences of creativity.
- Knitting blankets and the inner landscape--my mother's life's work, writes Nicki from Just Like Play.
- Something Sacred - Sadhbh at Where Wishes Come From writes about how the creativity of the women in her family has influenced her.
- Mamma Bloom at Breathe and Bloom writes about her creative inheritance.
- Mama is Inspired shares how she loved to make holiday ornaments as a child, and now is continuing that tradition with her own child.
- Ali Baker is a creative mama to twin girls who reignited her creative energy and sense of who she used to be by just doing it and creating whatever needs to be created in an imperfect way.
- KatyStuff hopes inheritance is a long way off, but, when the day comes her woodworker father has already said he is comforted by knowing his work is in so many homes.
- Jasmine at Brown Eyed Girl realizes that the creativity she craves for so deeply may actually be something that runs deeper than just her imagination.
- Darcel at The Mahogany Way shares her creative journey.
- Rising on the Road shares her experiences at Finding Life in a Death.