Painting is a way of creating art, and for some, an outlet similar to journaling. Pablo Picasso himself said, “painting is just another way of keeping a diary.” However, it is not just reserved for the pro—anyone can benefit from this fulfilling, creative practice.
Brushes, paint, canvas and some straight forward instructions; these are the main things you’ll need to get started.
So, are you ready to make painting a part of your me-time?
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Kaysha Sahai Reid is the designer of the products you find on this site. She spends a bit of each day managing this part-time studio, which originally began with jewelry and has extended to other scopes, including home accessories. Her blogs include a little home decor, recipes, and while also a certified meditation teacher, she sets out to even encourage making regular moments for ourselves, despite our busy or hectic schedules.
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