Brooklyn students embroider their ideas: Part 4

Open mind, by Molly

Molly wrote, “Viewers can learn to never say never and even if something doesn’t seem interesting go for it. Even if you don’t like the idea of it. Also to go for what looks interesting go for it. Even if you don’t like the idea of it. Also to go for what looks interesting. You can never ever, ever judge a book by its cover. Also I inspired another person who wants to start.”

Good words to live by–the more accepting we are, the more open we are to possibilities, the more enriched our lives might become. I love how wildly colored this piece is! I think this young artist is a “color junkie” like me! 🙂

Feel free to fly, by Bella

This is a great message to any of us. Nicely centered and embroidered–well done Bella!

In Spanish, translates to "Double A batteries are good," by Aja

I think Aja has an interesting sense of humor. He’s definitely right–batteries are pretty useful. I myself am a fan of rechargeable ones. 🙂

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