May 6, 2011

behind the scenes....



these are some of the words
that i wish i could put together in a book totaling 463 pages, that would turn into a best seller with my name on the front and live on an important shelf at barnes and noble.

for now
i just put them in a scrappy journal
where i can play with them and think about them
and
move them to the back if they don't get along with my other words
~
while
i dream a little dream
*

25 comments:

  1. Nice. May your dreams come true.

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  2. Creative and very very Nice.

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  3. I'm sure those words would get along...beautifully, smilingly, creatively...:D
    Love the photo, as well as the words!

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  4. oh, I like "mist rising" ... it plays well with others!

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  5. i like "boyish charm." it reminds me of a louisa may alcott character.

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  6. ahh. a famous author on the best-seller list - full of mystical knowledge and soulful sage. :)

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  7. oh yes this reminds me of my wall as a teenager. cut words i loved from newspapers and magazines and made up a word wall to make me smile.

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  8. The power of a dream board often exceeds all expectations. Nice words :-)

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  9. Keep on dreaming...and yes, I can see your name on a book very easily, not a stretch there.
    The longer you look at your pastings, the more and more you see, crazy.

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  10. Wishing, hoping and dreams are the main seasonings of life!!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  11. wait a minute is what i said...as your collage looks so familiar...except my cuttings have a weird turn up on one edge (no matter how hard i try...by now i have given up)...and you found that great "people in far away places"... hold on to your hope...it will happen! happy mother's day, beth
    -xok.

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  12. Keep on dreaming...

    I love the "LOVE" image.. simple and sweet as it ought to be.

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  13. aren't words just your favorite art supply!!!
    -Jennifer

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  14. Hi Beth,
    Came across your blog a while ago, put it in a safe place, and re-found it again tonight!

    LOVE words of meaning and often paint them on wood, see latest blog post http://chippernelly.blogspot.com/2011/05/time-to-give-up-sighsigh.html

    but not often enough!

    Will be having a good look at yours for more inspiration...fee x

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  15. Love always wins.

    Keep on keeping on, baybee. And a Happy Mother's Day to you. xo

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  16. Sending you smiles, Beth - and wishing you happiness. I like your scrappy words.

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  17. What a wonderful..creative and very inspiring idea!!! Love your scrappy dreams!!!

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  18. you have gathered such a fabulous bunch of words beth .. such a fun way to use words .. you know I am wishing you a happy mothers day today ..big hugs friend

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  19. somehow I have a feelings that your words would stand right out on that shelf, like a bright shining smile. Happy Mother's Day!

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  20. I hope you make those dreams come true Beth,You have a way with words, with people and with life. If you can dream it, then you can make it happen.
    happy Mothers Day to you sweet friend. hugs.

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  21. I truly belive in my heart and mind. That you will accomplish whatever you set your mind to. You just seem to be made that way! And should you have doughts...(that's normal)...And always remember and never forget that, "Can't could never accomplish anything, because it was always kicking around that apostrophe S!" So true...so true!___=^..^=___Kittie

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  22. ♥ it! Happy Mother's Day!

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  23. When you put it out into the universe . . . it can get wings and fly.

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  24. You've got a fantastic collection!
    I have a smaller bunch of them tucked inside an envelope...now I'm wondering, what's the point in having them if I don't do something with them where I can see them? Regularly?
    Must do something about that.

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  25. oh.. I have no doubt something will come of this..
    and thrilled to be alongside you in this way as it becomes.

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**I love reading the comments you leave, as they make me feel like we're sitting in my kitchen, having a cup of tea, discussing life and wondering where all the time has gone ...beth