Achieving Happiness Through Art – A Mixed Media Techniques Video

Hey there lovelies and a very happy Friday to you, wherever in the world you may be. Today I wanted to share with you some thoughts on Achieving Happiness Through Art – A Mixed Media Techniques Video <3

For those of you who read my blog regularly you’ll know that I suffered with quite severe depression before I began being creative.

It was such a difficult time of my life (I shared a lot about it in this series on the blog if you’re interested to read more) and I mention it here because I want you to know that no matter who you are or what you’re going through there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel somewhere or somehow.

I want to offer up the idea of using art to you as an option because it helped me so much.

Have a little look at this timelapse video of my own happiness canvas piece. I love sharing my mixed media art process in this way.

And here she is all finished:

Achieving Happiness Through Art - A Mixed Media Techniques Video

I love her pink and purple sparkles, her lovely wings and her lovely aura too! She is a beauty and I know she was a great reminder to me about what exactly makes me happy.

When we find that thing (whatever it may be) we can truly achieve the happiness we crave in life.

I definitely don’t think we were put here on this beautiful earth to be unhappy!

For me, it was art that made me happy – could that be true for you too?

If you want to get your hands on the full length, step by step tutorial for this canvas (plus lots more) then you can do that and pay what you can during Summer. It’s a great way to get started creating and seeing whether art make you happy too!

Head on over to grab this lovely course whilst it’s still on offer.

Have a fantastic day lovelies!

 

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6 thoughts on “Achieving Happiness Through Art – A Mixed Media Techniques Video

  1. Such a sweet painting! You’re right: art can be very healing. I have experienced the positive effect of making art when going through difficult times myself, and I can’t recommend it enough. Enjoy your summer break!

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