Talkative Tag

Kristy from  Miraculous Smile has tagged me to participate in this fun talkative tag. I am participating in this on my old Coolncreative blog as it’s not art or chronic illness related but if you want to continue following me I now also blog at all-hearts.org I don’t actually know if I am doing this thing right or not but I thought I’d have a go and I’ve finally got around to it among all of the fatigue I have been experiencing so I really hope you enjoy reading as it has taken me an hour to complete this post and used up a lot of the energy in my hands. Please correct me if I’ve done it all wrong.  Shout out to John at “The Eclectic Contrarian”  who created this talkative tag.  I just love thanking people. You get so much joy in it. OK here goes. 

Caz from Invisibly Me You’ve actually commented on my blog posts the most and I want to say Thank you for following me and for continuing to follow me on my new all-hearts.org website. Thank you for taking the time to have a look at and at least like my blogs even when you may not have the time to comment and  for your first comment on my blog which put a smile on my face. When I  have felt  like giving up you always try your best to cheer me up.You are so thoughtful and encouraging.

Elaine from Roseelaineblog Thank you very much for sending me that angel during Dysautonomia Awareness Month in October. It was such a nice thing to do and it helped me to feel supported and like someone was thinking of me and your angel artworks are my favourites. So soft and fantasy like and your recent poem was beautiful. You are such a talented poet and artist. I admire your digital art skills and how you manage to complete so many beautiful artworks in a day. I don’t know how you manage to do it, sometimes I can’t keep up with all of your posts. 

Christy Istrate from Miraculous Smile A huge Thank You for tagging me to participate in this talkative tag and sorry it has taken me so long to get around to doing it. I have been feeling soooo exhausted lately. Everything that you say is beautiful whenever you comment on my blog posts. You have a lovely smile. thank you for encouraging me to blog and continue doing what I love and for also following me on my new blog I think.  I love your Wednesday cooking.recipe posts and your quotes. Your prayers are much appreciated.

Mishka from Craftschronicillnessandadulting I love how you always include your water colour paintings at the bottom of all of your blog posts. You have gotten better over the months and you are very talented with water colours. Of course there are always a few favorites of mine. You make me want to get my brush and water colour paints out again every time I see your posts. If only I had the time. 

Heather from Dinosaursdonkeys&MS A huge Thank you for helping me out and providing me with information on hosts for my website and once the website was up and running directing me with how to set up my shop etc. I ended up going with Blue Host. I love Dizzy. She is so cute and I really want my very own Dizzy and I love to read about the adventures you and Dizzy go on together.

Melindafromlookingforthelight  I think it is amazing how you have been able to move forward from all of your negative experiences and create not just your own personal blog but a blog where other bloggers can share their experiences to inspire others. Like you mention you are more than just your mental health condition. Behind the illness you are someone with interests in photography, animals etc. 

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Once again Thank you to Kristy for tagging me. Since Elaine’s blog is an award free blog and Kristy you have already participated in this tag and you were the one who tagged me to participate I would like to tag the following  amazing bloggers to participate in this Talkative Tag.

Caz from Invisibly Me, Craftschronicillnessandadulting, Heather from Dinosaurs,Donkeys&MS, Melinda from Looking for The Light, Alyssa from FightMSdaily and Vivian from Gods Whispers of Truth.

Take care.

Nicole Xx (Coolncreative17)

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How To Make Twinkle Christmas Ornaments By Using Hot Glue

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How To Make Twinkle Christmas Ornaments By Using Hot Glue

This is a very easy twinkle Christmas ornaments to make. You only need a steady hand to make it, because you’re going to use a hot glue gun. How? Next you are going to read the tutorial and things you need to make the Christmas ornaments from hot glue.

Things I used to make this hot glue twinkle Christmas ornaments :

  • Hot glue gun
  • Hot glue (clear)
  • Wire
  • Glitter glue
  • Glitter
  • Glue

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Below are the steps on how to make the hot glue Christmas ornaments and how to make it twinkle:

  1. Have your hot glue gun ready with the hot glue.
  2. Apply some lotion to your work surface, just thin layer for easy peeling job.
  3. Apply hot glue to the lotion surface with your desired shape. Let it dry. I made Christmas tree, snowflake, Christmas sock, snowman, star, Noel and Merry.

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10 Great Christmas gifts for people with fibromyalgia

10 Great gifts for people living with Fibromyalgia.
Check out this blog by Nikki (Brainless Blogger).

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So there are a lot of gift ideas that would make someone with Fibromyalgia happy. Because there are times we get products we cannot use due to skin sensitivities and scent sensitivities. So I have a few ideas based on things I use with fibromyalgia that just work for me.

10 great Christmas gifts for people with fibromyalgia

Shampoo without SLS

I am going to tell you this for sure about Fibromyalgia, we have sensitivities. And I became sensitive to SLS in shampoo. It made my scalp just crawl with itchiness. There are now a good selection of shampoos that do not have SLS sulphates or parabens

Moroccan Argan Oil shampoo and conditioner is a nice one for a gift.

But I personally use Live Clean which works great for me and you can’t beat the price

And that company has body wash, and hand soap. I mean they are a good company. And they have a…

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