Its been a long time and a lot has happened in the last 10 months but I’m now back and ready to write some more blogs and make myself a home base on the internet!
I’ve always wanted a place where I blog and sell and post things I’m working on and to create an audience who want to see these things but I’ll be honest I’m a bit slow on all this computer stuff. I used to be able to do my websites etc but have spent that last three years making my metal talents grow.
Ill show you new things I have made and plans for things I want to make but also we will have some features on past furniture trends. Even a view to the future and see what trends may well come to pass.
Ill be plain speaking with y’all I want to start a hand made hub so people know that they really can go out and make things happen for themselves! I did why cant you?
If you have any build stories or questions then please message me on here or leave message on the bottom of the post.
Have you ever got to a place when you are doing something and you just cant see a way to make it work?
Have you ever got so angry and frustrated that you wanted to smash something to pieces (and actually do!) ?
Have you thought you are not good enough to make what has been asked of you ?
I have and I still do all the time. This is because I want to learn and I want to know all the skills as fast as possible and make sure that everything I make is the best it can be. This is amazing to have a want so deep that you are hard on yourself. It also shows you have a work ethic which without you will get nowhere. It is also a really bad way of motivating yourself. Take a step back, take a breath and walk away if you have to. I have learned the hard way and I’m speaking from experience when I say if you are too wound up or too keyed up you wont be able to function well enough to make the amazing piece you are asked to do.
If you want my advice ill tell you this:
- dont beat yourself up
- listen to the people who actually know take advice from the right people
- take time away from a project before you do something stupid.
- have faith in yourself if you have taken the time to learn your skills you can do it.
I want to make sure that people realise there is no easy way to do anything, just hard work but also learning the right way to do something and not forgetting it. Practice does make perfect, the more you do something the easier it gets.
Im going to show you all the tips I know and am learning to help you get where you want to be. Just because I do metal work doesn’t mean you cant learn something from my mistakes in the field you are in. All of life’s lessons can be used in all fields in some way I am sure!
Take this journey with me and lets see where we end up!
Here are a few pictures of what I’ve been doing in the last ten months!