I’m a warrior wrapped in a blanket of peace and fortitude.
I’m a straight answer when facing hard truths or giving advice
I’m a soft chocolate sealed and covered in self-control when I listen to godly advice.
I’m an eclectic creative, woven with textures of purpose and beauty.
I’m a song of direction, holding an order of steps, like the notes on a page, or the words left to right.
I’m a puzzle, collaborating on projects, brainstorming problems, and networking solutions.
I’m an architect and builder, fixing leaky roofs, or missing foundations.
I’m a gardener planting seeds and growing flowers. Discipling and cultivating grace.
I’m no one, and yet, I’m enough. I’m set apart for His glory.
— by Patricia Tiffany Morris

::: Welcome kindred travelers :::

When is Patricia not creating? She gravitates toward the artsy and inspirational, and she embraces a God-honoring vision to share messages of hope and forgiveness in Christ. She promotes innovative teaching and journaling through life. After hubby’s retirement, she began quietly penning a cozy-mystery fiction series, that is, until she discovered Instagram, hashtags, and bullet-journals.

Courage

Word for 2019.


Prints of original Artwork

Handmade greeting cards from original art and prints

Junk Journals: Mixed Media paper crafts

Bullet Journal Pages for Inspiration

Travel Journals for gifts or promotions

Wood & Copper Wire Home Decor


LONG VERSION… for the brave and adventurous!

Patricia Tiffany Morris gravitates toward art, design, and journaling, creating artsy projects with various media since childhood. Graduating from ISU with honors, she earned two architecture degrees, and performed theater, taught classes, and opened a small consignment business promoting and selling work by fellow artists.

After marriage to her best friend Marvin in 1989, sketching transformed her ideas into remodeling ventures for their home. She drafted house designs and organizational tools for friends, journaled words, and sketched ideas on writing surfaces of all kinds. During self-employment ventures, she produced an original wood and copper wire craft line.

Her affinity for teaching the arts intensified as she home educated her children. Her creative avenues in 2018 included: volunteering as a guest art teacher at Momentum, envisioning and developing inspirational greeting card lines, exploring the fluid medium of “alcohol inks” and mixed-media paper projects. In addition to reviving the original flavor of her “CopperArts” ephemera,

Patricia is also working on a contemporary women’s inspirational fiction series, and aspiring to submit her devotional and inspirational writing for publication in 2019. Follow her on Instagram and other social media platforms. Inquire about classes, workshops, or simply help with brainstorming an idea.