Here is the weekly Creative Cue I have been doing since the new year. Check it out at www.threecreativestudios.com/blog to see how fun and easy it is to participate. I find it to be a good inspiration each week. I try to think of something super simple yet out of the ordinary. So in keeping with the cue "clip" here is my take.
I found myself intrigued with paper clips while I was working. Some unusual ones would come across my desk and I would set them aside (yes, that could be considered pack rat collecting LOL). I also had fun using my lunch time to go to the local stationary stores and see what fun clips they were selling. With the advent of scrapbooking the shapes and types really got more fun and available. Some are plastic, some are metal and some are plastic coated metal. Cue #10 completed.
Cue #11 (as this is a weekly cue) is "tip". I wasn't as creative as I would have liked however I didn't quite have the materials I needed. My grandparents were avid Quarter Horse race followers (before followers on blog and facebook and twitter LOL). Many times I went along and loved the experience of seeing all the action. This was their hobby and they loved it so much. They followed all the tracks in Southern California from Santa Anita, Los Alamitos, Del Mar, and others I can't even think of. And it is true that someone would say Pssst...here's a tip...
Now betters probably text this info. :o) I have such fond memories of my Grandparents and this wonderful hobby they enjoyed so many years. Right down to the special way they would fold a section of the newspaper and fit it in the slats of their seats so the "regulars" knew that Dot and Phil were sitting there.
I hope my family members remember me for my hobby of creating hand made things. (I also got this talent from both my grandparents and parents who were very hands on creative!)
What fun memory of something you did with family do you have?