This year is my second one participating in the 100 Day project. If you weren’t around in 2018, you can go HERE to see what I did. This project is an amazing way to prove to yourself how important your creativity is to you. And how you are trustworthy and worth showing up for yourself for 3 plus months in a row.

Last year was pencil and pastel sketches. This year I decided to just fall back to my favorite medium of collage. And also this year I forgave myself if I couldn’t show up on a day, say Easter, and allowed myself to do two the next day. I got a little behind but caught right back up. Because I quite honestly, love the excuse to step up into my craft room and escape for a little while.

I publish every creation on Instagram and Facebook daily just so I am accountable to myself and the people who are also participating. And perhaps next year, I’ll create a local group who wants to join in with me on the 100 Day project. Any one game?

Go HERE to see the first two weeks of the 100 Days of Shalagh 2019.

Go HERE for a definition and the home of the project. Or search the #100DayProject hashtag on social media.

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