That wasn't exactly nice

Do you recognize that you sometimes say something that you later don't think
was really nice? But is it really true? Isn't it us?
conception of what judges our action hard at such times?

I think everyone agrees that later you think something isn't
was really nice. I myself think I am such an unkind
person, but because I once say something unnice makes with that not
immediately an unkind person. In that respect, a misconception of my
side of which I am writing this becomes aware of. In addition, I know
often not whether the other person actually perceives it as unkind,
I don't like it or that it's just my thought.

For example, what would I feel if I were the other person? Would I
therefore as unkind experienced or just thinking that it is a logical
Answer was?

In my case, it was about someone asking me something she knows
that I don't go over it, and I don't interfere. After she made her
I asked that question and she also wanted my phone number.

I was kind of overwhelmed by the conversation and I was kind of like no I give
not my number, because I don't want to be bothered with this.

So later I realized that it makes sense that they have my
phone number and I thought, oh that was not really nice
of me.

On the other hand, I was only later on the link. At the time, I thought that
I wanted my phone number so she could talk about this kind of thing.
and I don't want to.

Maybe it was unkind of me, but on the other hand super
nice to myself. I stood up for myself. So it was actually
one No to the other, but a fat Yes to myself and well that
is not exactly unkind to me.

Big Decopatch Dog Cat
Most people know I'm a big cat lover. A friend gave me a paper-mâché cat a gift the other day! So nice to have that (next to the cat grass) on the windowsill! But of course I gave him (or her) nice colors first, you get that. Because I quite often Decopatch (pasting pieces of paper on all kinds of surfaces) I still had a lot of scraps of small pieces left of different paper designs. Perfect to cover my own motley cat! At least I am happy with it, he/she is sitting here at home in front of the window, looking out and it keeps an eye on all the neighborhood cats. Collect about 20 kinds of pieces of paper, from each color a little. But if you only have 2 or 3 colors (for example) then you can of course also! By first dyeing the cat white, the colors of the paper come to the fore much fresher. It is not necessary, but it is advisable to! The eyelets are cut out of a nice Decopatch sheet, which only has eyelets. Choosing is difficult, all the eyes are fun! The method is very simple: Tear small pieces of a lot of different colors of paper. In stages, glue the cat (or any other shape) with Decopatch glue. The glue is also lacquer, so when you grease a piece with a soft brush, you stick the piece of paper on it, and then you go over it with the same brush and glue.. The next piece is glued to it overlapping, and then you go over again with the same brush with glue. So you continue, until the whole shape is covered. Finally, apply another layer, using the same brush with glue/lacquer. It's a bit of a job, because you also want to divide the colors a bit. That gives quite a nice effect, though? I don't have a lot of step-by-step pictures, I was so focused that I forgot. Decopatching is very relaxing, you forget the time when you are creative.. :) The large papier-mâché cat is 25cm high and you could of course also give it a collar with fringes and a bell, or give some bows, rhinestones, or one smooth color. I like busy, cheerful colors myself, it can't be fur enough. And you? How would you pimp this cat?? I'm curious! More info Check out the hundreds of designs you can choose from! Decopatch paper sheet with lots of eyelets Booktips: Book Cat Secrets. What do cat owners actually know about their roommates? Do our spoiled cats want that abundant, delicious food and all that attention, or do they ask for something completely different with their persistent meows? more info Book Cats. Animal Doctor Joshua takes you into the wonderful world of cats in this richly illustrated book. He gives very concrete advice to keep your fluffy friend not only healthy but also happy, from suitable food to perfect care. more info Magic Cards/Card Game Cat Guru's. Wisdom of the world's most famous cats. Get inspired Woor the world's most famous cats. Select one of the cards and be surprised every time by the philosophy of 50 famous cats. more info Cats decoration - Read more Coloring cats - Read more Pen jar for cat lovers - Read more Black cats crafts from toilet rolls - Read more De Knutseljuf Ede has been working with Mirelle van Crea for years with Kids! All craft tips of De Knutseljuf Ede can be found on the website Do you want a creative workshop at your home? Then look at Follow De Knutseljuf Ede on Facebook , Instagram and Pinterest Mail: - Want to see more here on Yoors? Or give a comment or maybe post something yourself? That can be! Sign up first (free) at Yoors: - Sign up here for free at Yoors! #decopatch #kat #cats #poes #groteks #papiermache #decopatchen #creatively #creativelybezig #creativelybezigzijn   #tinkering #trixxcreative #deknutselmaf #lapjeskat #pets #residentialdeco #decorating #residentialdecoratie
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