Unicorn Spit - I am grateful for giveaway series

Disclosure: Remember all opinions I share about the products in my post are 100% my own with complete honesty.The post contains sponsored links from Unicorn Spit

Welcome beautiful friends...

I have so many things to be thankful for, and I know there is just no way I will fit them into my giveaway series.

Today I am so very grateful for health!  I am thankful I am overall healthy, I have had a couple of issues that we are working through & making progress & that I am extremely grateful for. I have a healthy family.  My girls are healthy, my husband is healthy, my father is healthy (better than we could have ever hoped for).

Not everyone is as blessed to be as healthy or live a life with no pains or aches!  I am able to pick up my paint brush every single day to paint.  There are days I have never thought of it....maybe at the end of the day I am sore.  But, my hands, arms, and legs work well.  What a blessing that is!?!   

I belong to many facebook painting groups.  It is a place where we can share our work, gain inspiration, chat about different products, etc.  One day I scrolled through to see the words Unicorn SPiT.  Now I've always had a thing for unicorns.  Ever since I was a little girl I just loved them.  I mean who doesn't want to surround themselves with magical-ness!?!

Well that's just it.  Unicorn SPiT is truly magical on so many different levels.  Michelle the creator of Unicorn SPiT is such an amazing person with a heart of gold, and I absolutely love Michelle & all that she is doing.  Let me take you through the story of Unicorn SPiT & you might just find yourself loving Michelle as much as I do (well...I don't know, because I certainly have a special place in my heart for her).

Michelle was an art director since the age of 17 at her family's adult day care.  The day care would have an arts & crafts day.  She needed to create something that was nontoxic & safe (for obvious reasons), water-base for easy cleanup, & something that could be used with hands for those that could not hold a paint brush.  The men that once was carpenters and handymen got tired of coloring & doing ceramics, and so with this creation they could paint furniture.  And, so Michelle Gordon created this amazing product called Unicorn SPiT that when you open the jar smells just as amazing!  Not only does this create art therapy, but what a joy it was for them to see their work...so satisfying for not only themselves but for Michelle as well!  Every time she sees what others are doing & creating, she gets so excited! 

I so often take for granted my health sometimes, and every single time I open a jar of Unicorn SPiT I am reminded of why it was created & feel grateful for my health!

Thank you Michelle Gordon for creating something so magical!!  

I have created a few pieces using Unicorn SPiT, but no where near the potential of some of the amazing pieces others have created.  If you hop on over to Unicorn SPiT facebook page, you can see some out of this world artwork.  

Michelle has created gorgeous pieces using her own creation.  A couple of my favorites...

I love red and this piece is just stunning.  You can see the grain of the wood looking out at you.  

And, then this fun rainbow table she did..
...and donated to the school!

SO jump on over and check out some more pieces that were done with Unicorn SPiT.  There is tons of inspiration!

Michelle is being so very gracious in offering up in today's "I am grateful for" giveaway a choice of one the trio sets (you can see them up above).  It is a choice of the Primary Trio Set or the Calypso Trio Set. 

Thank you Michelle!! I am eternally grateful you have entered into my life, I will never let you go!!  

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  1. I am grateful for the opportunity to help, both at work and home. Being able, which I guess is really what I am grateful for, to impact in a positive way means a lot. You never know who is watching you get through something.

  2. I am grateful for good health and happy family that will be growing 2 newborns before next summer! I am grateful to #UnicornSpit for the inspiration and creative ideas I have popping in my head! Now to get hands on some Spit!!

  3. My 4 children and I have watched all of Michelle' videos. We can't wait to try it. I'm thankful my children have huge wild imaginations and love to create unique things with their momma

  4. I'm grateful for the love and support of my family as I undertake this new adventure of refinishing and painting furniture. I have no less than 4 tables waiting in the wings that I would love to try Unicorn Spit on. Blank canvases just waiting. I'm grateful for this opportunity that Lynn and Michelle are offering.
    I'm not really anonymous; I just don't have any of the profiles listed.
    -Renee M.

  5. I am grateful for the life I have, it's so hard to pick just one thing. I feel blessed! I love your post, it's important to remember what we are all grateful for.

  6. I too am grateful for our health. I'm also grateful for my creative gifts, and I would love to try out the primary colors of Unicorn Spit! Thank you for the giveaway!

  7. So Grateful for each and every person I may cross each and every day .....

  8. I am grateful for everything I have! Happy Monday x

  9. I'm grateful for my mother who always supports me with everything I do. Support is so important

  10. Wow! I am grateful for another amazing day that I can wake up too. I am grateful that we get the opportunity to "get it right" every single day. I am grateful my soldier is home with me!!!!

  11. I am grateful that my babies are all here with me and healthy

  12. I'm very thankful that a nice man stopped to help me figure something out earlier. :) I was struggling because the toddlers were running around and I was stumped.

  13. Love it - Love you and Michelle both - this stuff is magic!!!

  14. I'm thankful for my life, my family, the freedom I have to pursue my interests and a loving God who watches over me. I get the chance to try new things and cannot wait to try the unicorn spit.


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