I love DIY so much. For me, it is not just about arts n crafts, I do and teach DIY religion. (Okay, now that I’ve said that, you know some sleazy publisher or author is gonna steal the line, and there’ll be a book called “DIY Spirituality” within a few months. And it will be the same ol’ quickly written junk, argh. Okay, end of tirade.) Anyway, I love DIY, so I wish I had time to blog about all the stuff I do, bc I love sharing the journey, but, heh, then I would not have time to do it, LOL. Good grief, I was only going to post pics of the wreaths I just finished. But got off on a tangent re DIY. (Can you tell i am a bit manic? Was trying to do a quick post, nothing about religion or sleaze, just two pics and a few sentences about them, but I got overrun by my own brain! To quote Buffy, “You have too many thoughts!” Someone should tell me that!) Now to my originally intended post:
I harvested grape vine from my yard a few months back, and made 5 wreaths and 5 swags. I also dried hot peppers. This weekend, i made tiny wreaths with some of them. (Note how tiny by comparing to penny.) I feel so good to have done this. For one thing, it helps my homesickness for California, where hot pepper wreaths are common. If it is useful info for ya, i used a glue gun to attach the peppers, and used thin wire to hold the wreaths themselves together. I have two more wreaths and four swags left to ornament. Happy DIY to ya!
Beloved Fellow Seeker, Thank you for your spiritual journey, because I can’t grow spiritually alone.
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