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1/19/12

365 Days Of Creativity

I recently happened upon the blog, 365 Lucky Days, and can honestly say I'm impressed, inspired and obsessed all at once.  The brain child of Canadian artist, Lucy Jackson, 365 Lucky Days chronicles the author/artist's decision to create something new everyday.  And, by create, she means these darling embroidered works of art...which, here's the lucky part, are for sale on her site!  With each new creation (and each day) Lucy shares a bit more of herself with her readers.  Click over and see for yourself, just make sure you don't need to be anywhere for at least the next hour or so!

12 comments:

  1. thanks for sharing :)

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  2. I know, aren't they great? I had the pleasure of meeting her back in 2010 when we both participated in the Muskoka Arts & Crafts fair. She had the cutest booth and I couldn't leave without buying one of her pieces. I blogged about it here:
    http://www.lisaroy.ca/2010/08/local-etsy-discovery.html

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  3. very cool I will check it out...hey did you check out the Vegas Chanel get together

    http://www.fashionfoiegras.com/2012/01/chanels-viva-las-vegas-moment.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+fashionfoiegras%2FQCWY+%28Fashion+Foie+Gras%29

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  4. These are too clever ~ and one can never go wrong when you have Brigitte and Rita around !
    Happy Thurs !

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  5. Those are really cool! I just wish I could finish the cute little needlepoint I started when Carter was born! :)
    xoxo Elizabeth

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  6. How inspiring! I love the idea of creating something everyday, and her work is just darling!

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  7. Very cool... thanks for the introduction!

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  8. Create something a day? What an amazing story!

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  9. I love this concept, she is amazing. Can I do this? I am taking a creative courage course and am percolating many ideas!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  10. So inspiring. Thanks for sharing this. I love the Molly Ringwald Pretty in Pink embroidery..so fun.

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  11. I seriously love all of your posts... I went to school for architecture and am obsessed with decorating so your blog is right up my alley! I love how these are so modern and different from your traditional embroidery. I would definitely hang these in my house.

    http://www.confessionsoftheglitterati.com/

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