"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together."
So the thing that came up a lot for me during yesterday's "solstice reflection" was tremendous gratitude for my tribe. This year has been filled with many challenges and some pretty significant breakthroughs and I have weathered it all-the hard and the good, with a lot of help from my friends. We are not meant to do this life thing alone. We need each other. One of the coolest bi-products of starting this blog is all of the amazing people that I have "met" on the inter webs. I have been blown away by the words of encouragement, the personal notes that have arrived in my inbox, and the social media shout outs and shares. Hard to believe that I started this blog less than a month ago and I now have a dozen new, fierce, creative, entrepreneur friends. Pretty awesome to see what happens when one jumps out of their familiar, little pond for bigger waters and a new school of fish. Not sure what is happening with this metaphor but I am going to let it ride. Glub.. glub and away we grow.. together.
1. Print photo images of ice skaters. Cut out only the ice skate portion of the print.
2. For the tights, you will create bubble wrap prints in primary red and black. Let the prints dry for 20 minutes.
3. Once your prints are dry you can cut out the tights. You can also use collage scraps for the tights.
3. Cut out your skate skirt. We used tissue paper, polka dot scrap paper, and coffee filters for our skirts.
4. Once all of your pieces are dry and cut, it is time to assemble your skaters!
5. You can add little details like mini rhinestones on the toe of your skates and squiggly skate lines on your background!