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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Do Not Overwhelm Yourself When You Begin





You finally have decided to follow your passion. Good for you! First, you will need to determine what your outlet is going to be. You want the start up process to flow nicely from the beginning, to avoid becoming frustrated.

If you are like me, you will have several projects floating around in your head. Try to keep in mind that you can really only do a good job if you are working on one project at a time. Sit back, relax and choose the first one to work on. The others will get done eventually!

It is not really a goal unless it is written down, so what are you waiting for? Identify the project of choice. Start your list with the supplies that will be needed. Once you get started, you surely will not want to stop to go find a piece that is missing.

The next step in your process should be writing down each step that needs to take place in order to complete your project. Set up your work station and you should be ready to begin. Organization is key to a successful and enjoyable outcome. Most importantly, remember to have fun!


Amy
www.amyspaintedhouseandmore.com
aamilou@aol.com
614-530-0219

1 comment:

Gaston Studio said...

Normall, I use Paebo paints for glass but lately, I've been trying out Folkart enamels and I wonder, is there anything else out there to thin it out rather than their usual medium?

And they dry out so quickly!

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