Every child is an artist, the problem is staying an artist when you grow up
– Pablo Picasso
My passion for crafting has been with me for as long as I can remember. My mom introduced me to the world of arts and crafts when I was young, and her love for crafting stuck with me throughout my life. My mom definitely influenced my love for crafts. I think she had a keen understanding of what made a house a home, and she did many things to make this a reality. Crafting was also a time of bonding between my mom and myself, something I’m sure many of you have also enjoyed with your loved ones. From macramé to needlepoint to jewelry making with clay, my mom instilled in me the importance of creativity. Not just the idea of making something “pretty,” but enjoying the satisfaction that is derived from producing something with your own hands. There’s nothing like it.
Crafting is not as just a way to make things but also as a way to serve others. Guiding friends and coworkers in various projects is so much fun! I love to see the wonder, surprise, and satisfaction on my colleagues’ faces when they realize that they can be creative, they can produce wonderful things, and they can enjoy the elation of producing something from their own hands.
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