KeyStones .... what to do?
There is something about KeyStones that I really love. They are rubbings of keys, done on rice paper and attached to stones with matte medium. I saw this idea in the Martha Stewart magazine years ago. I like making them, it's relaxing, what I imagine adult coloring does for people. I like putting them out in places, hiding them in plain sight for people to find and enjoy. It's like an unexpected gift that I can leave for others. In 2016-2017 lots of people checked into the website and wrote about a dream for themselves, the community or the world. Then for some reason, people stopped checking in. Not sure why. People still picked them up, sometimes I even saw them get excited to find it but then they don't take it to the next step. A suggestion was to place a QR code on the back. Trying that now but I need to use a tile rather than a rock for the code to be read. What do you think...old style? which prompt? new style with QR code. I appreciate your help to figure this out.
12/18/2019 07:19:47 am
I love the rocks but think either works. I just wikipedia-ed the name, Keystone. Perfect definition for this project’s intention!
8/30/2021 05:49:00 am
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Lenore Lyons is passionate about igniting the spark that happens when people think creatively and get big ideas. There is something about riffling through a large tray of keys that encourages people of all ages to think about possibilities for their life and their loved ones.