Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Miniature Burn Out

After quite a long a while with full time work together with miniatures and clay play stuff
as my daily basis. I finally burned out. *crying* It was a lot easier and with lots of fun, new ideas and such.

Am I at the edge of my joyful clay play?
I don't think so and I wish not so too.

I'm giving myself some time off from the clay play and looking forward to get back with new idea and some creative items after all.

Miss you all and wish you well. See you soon.

Rachel :)


Olivia said...

I left you an award on my blog. http://liv-mydollhouse.blogspot.com/

Christel Jensen said...

You are one of THE BEST food artist I know about!! I love your style and coloring. I also love how you make your flowers looks so real:)

Katie said...

I was wondering where you were. Hopefully your muse comes back to you, soon! There's more kitty cakes to be made you know! :)


synnøve said...

I guess all of us reach a stage where we feel out of ideas, not wanting to continue, or just in need for a break from our beloved hobbies! But I think if it´s something you really love...it will all come back to you!
So; keep up your beautiful work, we all love it :D!!!

Julie Old Crow said...

don't stress on it! we all go through this. Sometimes I don;t do minis for weeks on end--I carve or quilt or something. But there is something so fascinating about teensy little things that I am always drawn back. And you will be too!

Julie Old crow

PS--there's an award waiting for you on my blog!


Sumaiya Mehreen said...

awwww...you'll be missed! wishing you a quick recovery from your artist's block :D


Joy said...

Say it ain't so! I've been following your blog for a few months. I love seeing your latest creations. You do such beautiful adorable work! I hope that things ease up soon.

Christel Jensen said...

Hi Rachel
How are you? Hope you are well. I miss your lovely creations. Anyway I know how it feels beeing tired of things. It will come back to you again. It is after all supposed to be fun making miniatures:) Take care, minihugs Christel

Tiff said...

Oh no I know how you feel! This used to happen to me halfway between crocheting and knitting projects that I have so many half projects lying around! And it doesn't happen as much with me to clay but I do have a lot of half done miniatures around. I think maybe taking a break will help?

Shiri said...

You make such wonderful things <3

Anonymous said...

I enjoy your mini's!!!

I stopped by to give you the Sunshine Award because you and your work make me smile!

Please stop by my blog to pick up your award!


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angeles said...

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Jean Day said...

Good for you, that is the very best thing you can do!!! Especially with your work too. I can't tell you how often I have had to do that. It is so good to give yourself the freedom to be creative!!

Annelein Design said...

Hi Rachel,

today I discovered your blog. I hope that everything is well with you. Since it's been a while you had your last post.

I enjoy your creations very much.

Having a burnout means a lot of recovery.

It happens to me a few years ago. I had to learn a lot of myself.

But, going trough the process, I can see that now I'm living much happier.

And... God has shown His love and grace to me. I always thought that I had to be great and be the best in everything. He let me know that He loves me just te way I am. When I really understand that truth, there was a big change in my life. And on a sunday, totally uninspected, He healed my heart from a lot of pain.

Hugs, Willeke
from The Netherlands

Clara said...

Espero que pronto nos sorprendas con tus preciosos trabajos.:) Clara

xmuliniaraa said...

This is so cute and wonderfull <3
+ I follow you blog and I count on it with you too will follow me ;)
ps.sorry for mistakes if they are but I`m Polish ;)
Merry Christmas!