Frantic Friday!

 

Today’s Fearless Friday is about not panicking when you make a mistake, but instead letting the mistake work for you

 

 

 

 

“Hey Jenna, you still up?”

“Yes, what’s going on?’

“Scout is making signs for her teachers and she wrote Mrs. instead of Ms, is there anyway to fix them?”

“Sure, hmmmm….paint the whole area white like a label…and after it dries repaint the name”

 

 

 

 

“Perfect!”

 

 

 

 

“What about Mrs. Bailey? She wants to say Ms Bailey’s Garden…”

 

 

 

 

I emailed her some easy flower ideas and a suggestion for a fix

“You could paint a big white circle over Mrs. and turn it into a flower and then write Ms over Bailey and garden underneath, and add some flowers all around…”

 

 

 

 

 

She ended up starting over, which is okay too, do whatever feels right to you, but most things are fixable if you stop and think…

The saying “happy accidents” didn’t become an old adage for no reason!

 

 

 

 

Didn’t she do a great job?  What teacher wouldn’t be thrilled with such a heartfelt creative gift!

 

 

 

Scout is a 16 year old high school student, who has a super mom that stayed up late this night to help her create these extra thoughtful gifts

Just remember when you are frustrated and ready to toss something you’re working on, walk away…set it aside and come back with fresh eyes…think about a different direction…the challenge is ultimately the reward!

 

Don’t get frantic, Be Fearless!

 

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I will be joining these fabulous parties and blogs:

Meal Plan Monday  Dishing it & Digging it,   Between Naps on the Porch,

Merry Monday   Make it Pretty Monday    Celebrate and Decorate,

Delicious Dishes Recipe Party   Oh My Heartsie Girl  Full Plate Thursday

Thursday Favorite Things  Creatively Crafty   Home Matters 

Weekend Potluck   Sweet Inspirations   Happiness is Homemade

 

Comments
23 Responses to “Frantic Friday!”
  1. Ann Woleben says:

    Read “Beautiful Oops” Our art teacher uses this book to help the students accept their art mistake and how to make it into a Beautiful Oop.

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  2. 16? She’s both very good and also clever and probably a super nice kid to want to do such a nice thing for her teachers. I say good on her — both in terms of correction (or staring over) and just the thought of it in the first place!

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  3. Jenna, I am amazed a 16 year old would want to make gifts for teachers. Happy Friday❤️

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  4. Sharon Mann says:

    Good save Jenna, great teacher gift idea. Happy holidays!

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  5. Cyndi Raines says:

    Awesome! She sounds like a sweet young lady and kudos to you for all your helpful suggestions. 😉

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  6. thefrenchhutch says:

    Great tips for those little “mistakes” along the way. And yes, love those sweet gifts!!!! Have a wonderful fun and creative day Jenna!!!! hugs.

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  7. Jenna… my life is filled with mistakes!! Love this post. Have a wonderful Christmas and a happy, healthy New Year.

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  8. pattyanneart says:

    Beautiful teacher gifts!! 🎄
    Great tips, Jenna!

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  9. What clever and thoughtful gifts from a 16 y/o!! They will be treasured!

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  10. Nancy says:

    What a great help you were to them! They turned out magnificent!

    I was a teacher once… I would have loved getting one as a gift!

    Christmas is the time for giving! Scout is learning how to be kind and do for others!

    Hugs!

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  11. debra cantales says:

    Great gifts from a 16 year old, and what a super mom! Been there, done that! Jenna to the rescue, cute 🙂

    Jenna, the cake was made by Magnolia Bakery in NYC. I meant every word of the poem for my cherished friends that read my blog. Our first day of winter is warmer than half of our fall weather. Hope you warm up soon! xo

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  12. Mary says:

    So sweet and what awesome gifts! Merry, Merry Jenna ♥

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  13. You are so clever! I agree that paint can hide a multitude of sins.

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