Happy Independence Day to all of my wonderful American friends!
Happy Heart Hugs,
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Baked Goodness? My pulse quickened. Oh, my goodness. My palms broke into a sweat. I don’t bake.
It’s a good thing Mr. Toast, our host, didn’t actually expect me to bake for Creative Tuesdays.
FYI: I only “bake” stove-top treats like gooey, Rice Krispy squares, and only once every few years. If you want the recipe I’m sure I can find it. 🙂
Mr. Toast also referred to a line from Sing a Song of Sixpence by Mother Goose,—“Wasn’t that a dainty dish to set before the king?”
The words “before the king” jumped out, making my brain whirl like a mixer.
I thought of my heavenly Father, the King of Kings, and how much goodness He’s poured into my life, and how my life continues to rise with baked goodness.
Specifically, things like my:
All that goodness made my heart and hands whip up a cupcake . . .
“God, your goodness reaches far above the skies.
How to Color a Pillow with Fabric Markers
Let’s get started!
Tip: Do not add fabric softener to the wash cycle.
Tip: Keep the fabric tension tight as you color.
Viola . . . you’ve colored your very own pillow.
To order your very own two-sided pillow or a tote bag, visit my Fine Art Shop.
I can’t leave without mentioning Sherry Ellis’ blog post on how she (unknowingly) opened up her home to “bake goodness” with her son’s neighborhood friends. Please drop in and visit Sherry Ellis, a talented author, and blogger. She likes to bake. Oh, my goodness.
What “baked goodness” is rising in your life?
P.S. Don’t forget to visit all the other inspiring art over at Creative Tuesdays’ blog.
P.P.S. If you order a pillow or a tote bag, please Message Me, and I’ll be sure to email you the printable coloring page Baked with Love. This will help you decide on what colors to use on your pillow or tote bag.