Thursday, 22 December 2016

You're probably wondering...

...what my focus word is for 2017, right?

These reminders are  going to be EVERYWHERE!

Each one sports a feather, so the lesson is light and easy.

Rich, isn't it?

I love the beauty of this organic leaf and feather combination.

Orange and red has a LOT of punch.

Like a flower, opening is filled with grace.

It's possible books might be involved.

I love the word opening; it speaks to me of new possibilities, travel, creativity, abundance, gifts and gratitude flowing into and through my life.  It is filled with the awareness, understanding and discernment I welcome for 2017.

Have you chosen your 2017 focus word yet?  I'd love to see it in the comments below.




26 comments:

  1. A super word ! A lovely collection of pieces for this!
    I wish you Happy Holidays Winn Dinn!

    I think I have chosen my word for 2017 as well:
    ACHTSAMKEIT
    awareness

    Looking forward to see your wonderful art in 2017!
    oxo Susi

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    1. I love your word, Susi, and look forward to seeing how that translates into your work. Wishing you the best of the holiday season, and a fabulously creative 2017! xo

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  2. My first thought was "What is Win opening now?" But I see it is your mind, your creativity, your expectations and your world that you will be opening - a great word for any one but especially for an artist. All the Best for 2017 Win.

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    1. Many thanks, Val - wishing you and yours the best as well. I know you're open to it all, and I expect wonderful creativity from you in 2017!

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  3. Dear Win Dinn just had to stop by to wish you a wonderful colorful and very Happy Christmas. I know your 2017 will be spectacular because you won't settle for anything less, as you fashion your feathers into wings to fly a little higher. I wish you all the best in the coming year and I am off to find a feather and decide on a focus word, I will let you know how it turns out.

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by with your wonderful wishes, Deann. I'm sending them right back to you in spades, and very much look forward to what you do with that feather and word. xo

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  4. My word for 2017 is 'happy'. I have regular bouts of not feeling too great and hope I can change that in 2017 ! I like your word too; it is full of possibility ! Happy New Year !
    Corrie x

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    1. Oh, Corrie - what a wonderful way to remind yourself to think happy, be happy. I love this, and will add it to my things to be open to in 2017.

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  5. HEADWAY
    To make progress. And a reminder to keep my head out of the way, as I tend to overthink when I'm creating.

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    1. Oh I love this word, and how you are using it as your reminder not to overthink...brilliant and punny! Thanks for stopping by to comment - love the quilting on your recent post!

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  6. Love your word and your pieces Win...I haven't got my word yet!!

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    1. Do keep me posted, Roz - I love to hear what impetus my creative friends use to keep the juices flowing!

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  7. Oooh, opening - a word rich with possibilities! Mine's 'leap' so we could both be in for some new opportunities in the new year :)

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    1. Oh, that's a great one, Tracy - I'll be watching closely to see how and where you land!

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  8. Hi Win, beautiful art and word for 2017. I'm pretty sure my word will be "True".... Seasons Greetings and all the best to you for the New Year xx

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    1. That's a wonderful word, Shirley - there can never be enough truth in the world. All the best for Christmas, and into 2017. xo

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  9. Great word, Win! Great art, Win! My word this year will be "acceptance." I need to work on this both in my creativity and in my relationships-- and that includes my relationship with me! It's going to be a tough year, but certainly a valuable one. Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year to you, my friend!

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    1. What a beautifully Zen word acceptance is, Kay, and especially when it applies to relationships! I suspect that your year will be a better one than you expect because of your choice! Wishing you and yours all the best of the season. xo

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  10. ❤❤~♥ღ¸♪♫•*❤❤´~♥ღ¸♪♫•*❤❤´~♥ღ¸♪♫•*´❤❤ Wishing you a OPENLY OPULENT 2017 dearest Win. What super inspiration - your word and your so lovely artwork. ❤❤~♥ღ¸♪♫•*❤❤´~♥ღ¸♪♫•*❤❤´~♥ღ¸♪♫•*´❤❤

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    1. Many thanks, Joi, and right back at you. This next year will be outstanding for both! xo

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  11. A wonderful word, Win! Very positive, optimistic and inviting! Wishing you lots of success in 2017! My word will be 'evolve' unless something else jumps out at me in the next few days. Here's for a Happy 2017!

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    1. Evolution - the absolute best that any artist could want...wishing you a fabulous 2017 as you evolve in every direction! xo

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  12. Hi Win! Hoping you are having a wonderful holiday and all the best to you and yours for an amazing and creative new year to come. I have not chosen a focus word for 2017. As a matter of fact, I had not even thought about a focus word...but now...now I am wondering what the perfect focus word for me will be. I still have a few days to figure it out. Thanks for the inspiration!

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    1. Keep me posted, Kimberley - I'd love to know what you'll be using...so inspiring to hear these all!

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  13. No word for me yet! How did you choose yours Win?
    Your opening cards are beautiful and yes, I agree about the organic leaf and feather together, wonderful fit!
    I hope your Christmas was wonderful,as you are- and sending love,and wishes for the most joyful, healthy and creative 2017!
    much love to you Win! Jackie

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    1. I worked backwards, Jackie, contemplating what I wished for in my life, and gradually working towards the word that expressed that in its fullness. Do keep me posted on what you've decided, and I'll hold that in mind when I think of you. Thanks so much for visiting and commenting here so consistently in 2016...you're an inspiration, as always! xo

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