S3e9 :: crafting as a love language

Coming into gifting season, our minds are turning to making for others. Investing our time and supplies into a gift project is the unspoken way a crafter says “I love you”, and in today’s episode we delve into the thought process behind choosing who to make for, and what supplies to use. We also talk about how being vulnerable in our creativity can be seen as a type of love language, and who we let in “behind the scenes” is a mark of connection and relationship.

Ministry of Crafty Shenanigans is a weekly conversational podcast on creativity, connection, community and collaboration. We invite you to grab a project and a cuppa, and join us around our virtual craft table, as we chat inspiration, motivation, friendship and our creative process. Find us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audible, Amazon and Google Podcasts where you can listen & subscribe on a now to hear all the latest episodes as soon as they drop each Friday.

SHOWNOTES:

12 days project 2021/22

Mandala blanket

Rach’s planner cover

Car’s journal made by Rach

Rach’s gift quilts – one, two, three

Thank you cards

Trent Dalton’s Love Stories**

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