“The creative adult is the child who has survived.”
– Ursula K. Le Guin
Yayy! It’s already time for another Weekend WOW post! I lately feel that my days are just flying past me. Time is going by too fast! Not that I’m complaining 😛
Do you feel the same? Or is time moving too slow for you?
My Latest Creation
This Sunday, I decided to make something new with quilling paper. Last time I had written the word Tarot on a sheet of white paper. This time around, I tried it on Plastic sheet or OHP sheet as it is better known.
As I’ve been thinking about travelling to new places, I thought – why not make a globe?
Here’s how it turned out –
The final look –
What do you think of this? Do you like it? What should I make next?
Color me up
While in Goa, I tried my hand at the Adult Coloring books I had recently received –
I used crayons and color pencils. The design was too intricate and hence it was tough with crayons and required a lot of patience 🙂
I made this for a charity event at work. We were looking for things that could be used in schools to teach underprivileged kids in the absence of text books. Here’s my contribution for the kids –
What did you do this weekend?
Let me know 🙂
The Weekend WOW series aims to share interesting stuff I do on my weekends like cooking, arts & crafts, travelling, or anything at all. To read the other posts in this series, click on the links below –
Lessons from Goa (this one is by far, my favorite)
Quilling, compliments, and books!
Cook. Sleep. Read. Repeat.
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