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14 Responses to “Creations, How to Steal like an Artist”
  1. Oh, I love this post! Doesn’t it feel good when you are inspired by something you’ve discovered and come up with something different and unique? That’s what it’s all about! Nothing I do is original. I just make it my way.

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    • Gail, I really appreciate your sweet comment! I was iffy about posting this, and was wondering what kind of reactions I would get~I am thrilled that you loved it, my very creative blogland friend, a huge compliment coming from you! Everything you do is definitely unique!

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  2. Mary says:

    Steal like an artist, what a great concept! Putting your own stamp on it makes it your own and giving credit where credit is due is so important. Love your mermaid! I can only imagine how muy bueno your Mexican fiesta will be 🙂

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  3. Faith says:

    Thanks for your thoughts on this. I see things all the time after the idea had already come to me. Of course, I had drawn the inspiration from somewhere else before. Sometimes I am hesitant to re-create something that has inspired me because I don’t want to be a copycat. Thanks for encouraging me to put my own spin on an idea.

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  4. I like this take on “stealing”. And it’s so true – I constantly say how no idea is 100% original because somewhere, someone has done/thought/created the same thing. It’s a nice way to think of borrowing inspiration and putting our own spins on things!

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  5. a quiet life says:

    oh i am so crushed, this book was on sale for kindles this weekend and i forgot to go online and grab it! i love books like this, i have several similar coming up for the novel bakers is how i even knew about this book, drats, i could kick myself, nothing better then good books on sale!

    i love love LOVE you memaid! i am reading the mermaid collector right now too, and i even have a mermaid book mark 🙂

    FUN post, and double drats to me!

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  6. a quiet life says:

    oy, i should have proofread before i posted, i see like 10 errors up there 😦

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  7. Tammy says:

    Great thoughts! Its good to find inspiration from the world around us and give credit to those who inspire us.

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  8. Becca says:

    Love this post! Every artist, crafter and blogger should read this book! Stop by my Friday’s Five Features this week and link up this post (and others)! diy-vintage-chic.blogspot.com

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  9. I love this Jenna!! Going to need to check out this book! And I totally love the concept — we all inspire each other so much.
    Kenley

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