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Mira(cle)Doodles by elinap

We have a tradition here in Finland of melting tin in a pan on New Year’s Eve, then casting it into a bucket full of cold water. As a result the tin forms interesting shapes.

Next you take your tin and hold it so that you can see its shadow against a wall. What does that shape tell you?

This is how you predict what happens to you next year! It’s fun!

I typically see shapes of animals and this year I saw this interesting fellow on the wall. A skinny little fishbird.

Now I’m playing with it and asking it for more wisdom and it’s quite entertaining. His (it’s a he) message is very clear:

Stop guessing whether you are a fish or a bird, you can be both. Just stop worrying and start doing – or else your dreams will not come to fruition.

It’s time to make your dreams come true!

I’ve created a little booklet with the whole story he inspired me to write and draw and will post it on my elinap update on February 15th for all the subscribers.

About elinap

About elinap

Artist & Life Coach. Turning struggles into loving laughter with her illustrations. Creator of Mira(cle)Doodles.

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