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Play with the angles. Let's get wild today. Have fun with it. I get carried away with this brush cleaning.

There are no limits in this world. We don't really know where this goes - and I'm not sure we really care. Let the paint work. Nice little fluffy clouds laying around in the sky being lazy. No worries. No cares. Just float and wait for the wind to blow you around. If these lines aren't straight, your water's going to run right out of your painting and get your floor wet.

We tell people sometimes: we're like drug dealers, come into town and get everybody absolutely addicted to painting. It doesn't take much to get you addicted. Only eight colors that you need. I started painting as a hobby when I was little. I didn't know I had any talent. I believe talent is just a pursued interest. Anybody can do what I do. This is the time to get out all your flustrations, much better than kicking the dog around the house or taking it out on your spouse.

It's important to me that you're happy. Son of a gun. If you don't think every day is a good day - try missing a few. You'll see. There we go. Use absolutely no pressure. Just like an angel's wing. Take your time. Speed will come later.

Just make a decision and let it go. Here we're limited by the time we have. We're trying to teach you a technique here and how to use it. Use what you see, don't plan it.

In life you need colors. You can bend rivers. But when I get home, the only thing I have power over is the garbage. Those great big fluffy clouds. We'll paint one happy little tree right here. That's what makes life fun. That you can make these decisions. That you can create the world that you want. Don't fiddle with it all day.

Exercising the imagination, experimenting with talents, being creative; these things, to me, are truly the windows to your soul. Almost everything is going to happen for you automatically - you don't have to spend any time working or worrying. We don't make mistakes we just have happy little accidents.

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About Stasi

Stasi Eldredge loves writing and speaking to women about the goodness of God. She spent her childhood years in Prairie Village, Kansas, for which she is truly grateful. Her family moved to Southern California back in the really bad smog days when she was ten. She loved theatre and acting and took a partiality to her now husband John...READ MORE

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