Second Annual Sheepish Heart Bomb Results!
First of all, let me say a big THANK YOU to every single person who participated in the Sheepish Heart Bomb this year. Your kind hearts and your handmade creations brought the world so much love on Valentine’s Day. I left some of my hearts around town and celebrated the huge power of small acts of kindness all weekend. My friend and I even fashioned a little message at our lunch table. It all started with the salt and pepper shakers...haha.
I couldn’t help but smile every time I looked through the #SheepishHeartBomb hashtag and spotted your creations. You created some absolutely beautiful hearts! Thank you for spreading kindness around the world and joining in the fun. It was so great hearing your stories via Instagram, Twitter, and even email. Thank you to all of the people who randomly stumbled upon a heart and took the time to send me a note about how the #SheepishHeartBomb made their Valentine’s Day a little sweeter. I can’t wait to watch this project grow even bigger next year! I would love to do something like this again soon if you are up for it! Maybe another Bloom Drop for spring? Let me know what you think!
Here are some of your beautiful heart bombs from around the world...
Also, I apologize that this round up is so late! I have been adjusting to a new schedule and just trying to juggle a lot of projects all at once! I will get back in a normal blogging routine soon. I promise! I am still finishing up pieces of the book, adjusting to the technical issues of a new website, attempting to decorate my apartment months after moving in, and just dealing with life outside of the online world. Thanks so much for understanding this period of time here on the blog. I truly appreciate every single person who continues to support me and this space. I want to share more photos of my projects in progress, random inspiration photos, apartment decorating progress and more. I need to get inspired to pick up the camera and make it happen! Stay tuned!
How was your heart bomb experience? Do you have any fun stories to share about your day?