Make Your Mess Your Message Free SVG
Recently, I was watching an episode of 20/20 in an attempt to scratch my never-ending true crime itch. In it, Robin Roberts praised an amazing survivor for making her mess her message. I am probably late to the party (as usual) on this one, but it resonated with me deeply. As a foster mom, I spend a lot of time thinking about trauma and how I can help little ones grow into their best selves. In this process, I’ve had to face a lot of my own demons, and I strive to be a (very flawed but always trying) example of healing.
I wanted to keep Robin’s wise words close as a constant reminder to frame adversity as opportunity to help others who are struggling. So, I decided to use my Cricut to add them to my planner/journal. In case this message hits home for you too, you can download the free SVG below. Be sure to share your projects with me on Instagram @thewannabegrandma or using #thewannabegrandma. I’d love to hear how you make your mess your message!
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE SVG
To make the example project in the featured photo, I used:
- Greenroom 6″ by 8″ floral notebook from Target
- Cricut Maker or Explore Air 2 Machine & Fine Point Blade
- LightGrip or StandardGrip Mat
- Cricut weeding tools & scraper
- Cricut Premium Vinyl – Permanent in White
- Cricut Transfer Tape – Standard Grip
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