Wednesday, June 13, 2007

I get a lot of inspiration from sticking things on a board...something about the way colours clash, little notes, swatches of fabric, post-cards, old tickets, photos or trinkets - never fails to get my mind buzzing. This is where I pin my things up - I like to change it around now and then.

If I see a pin board in the background of a photo...I always want to take a closer look...what's on yours?

inspiration SAY: inspuh'rayshuhn noun 1. an inspiring or animating action or influence - I cannot write without inspiration. 2. something inspired, as a thought. 3. a result of inspired activity. 4. a thing or person that inspires. 5. Theology a divine influence directly and immediately exerted upon the mind or soul. the divine quality of the writings or words of people so influenced. 6. the drawing of air into the lungs; inhalation. 7. the act of inspiring. 8. the state of being inspired.




3 comments:

feli said...

mine has pretty business cards from people that I bought stuff in. I have 2 more blank ones that I want to fill up with pictures and cuttings from magazines.

I love your button tack. Where can I get some?

Miss Paula said...

Your board reminds me of a shadow box I made for my dad of his days in Occupied Japan!

Shell said...

Oh my goodness, I haven't visited here for so long! I've been a terrible blogger and blogging friend I know. Anyway, looks as though there have been some changes around here. I have a photo of that exact same little house up top - in NZ right? The photo we have of it is one of our favourites from the whole trip and is very similar to yours. Beautiful!

I love inspiration boards too - mine has been the same for about two years now - I just can't fit anything else on it. Maybe it needs a rearrange...hrmmm!

Hope all is well!

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