Everyone knows the 12 days of Christmas carol, but do you know the 12 days of Tracey’s Christmas carol?
How will this work?
Each day, through December 17, I will post a “Tracey-only” Close to My Heart Special. These specials will be some of my favorite items. If you want the days special you must e-mail me by midnight on the day of the post and I will add it to your list. Each day’s item is only available for that day! On December 18th, I will place an order for all of your items.
On the first day of Tracey’s Christmas, I give you Washi Tape!
Purchase any one inch Washi Tape and get a 1/2 inch Washi Tape of your choice for free.
Remember to e-mail me by midnight to take advantage of this offer.
Enjoy the holiday season!
My first love is photography…I have always been a shutterbug and remember my mom making me do chores to have my 110 film developed. I think I still have that first camera along with a collection of others I’ve had through the years. Two years ago my handsome prince bought me a new camera a Nikon Cool Pix L610. It’s a point and shoot with a 14X optical zoom lens and I LOVE it!
I’m also a big fan of learning new things. Several years ago I started following the Big Picture Classes blog and Facebook page. On April 23rd, I responded to a contest post for a chance to win a free spot in Tracey Clarke’s self-paced class Picture Spring by leaving a comment sharing your favorite springtime flower. The next day I had a notification that I had won! Lucky me! I have taken several self-paced classes and found them to be a huge inspiration in my photography journey.
So for the next 30 days, I will receive an e-mail to awaken my creative spirit. Today’s assignment “capture an image that symbolizes the beginning of something–of anything–and let’s begin together in celebration and wonder.”
As I thought about the new beginnings that I could capture and feeling somewhat sad that our new calf is not expected for another 3 weeks I thought what better a beginning than to capture the beauty of our fruit trees in bloom. Soon these beautiful blossoms will take the shape of tiny apples and pears.