I don't know who is quite as adorable as Clairisse! She wants to be adopted by someone who could use more energy, enthusiasm, stamina and creativity.
She feels that the right person will come forward who lacks in any or all of these categories and needs a boost. She wants to sit by you as you meditate on things to create that will bring you joy and/or things you can sell at craft shows, flea markets, or online on Instagram, with shops like Etsy or eBay, or even on Facebook Marketplace.
Clairisse very much likes things to match. She is a little on the OCD side with that. She will frown upon you leaving the house with brown shoes on if your pants are black! So be prepared for criticism if she doesn't think things are "just so".
Clairisse was blind for the last few years of her life. She was diagnosed with diabetes since she was just a few months old. She is happy that she is pain-free and she can see again. She was not quite 16 when she passed away, but she says she was not sorrowful when she left her earthly body. Her mother and father died in an earthquake when she was only 14, and the last two years of her life were not worth living for. She lived with an aunt she never met when her parents passed, and the aunt was not nice to her.
She was born on July 14th, 1949 in Caracas, Venezuela, and she died on June 29th, 1965
The first 14 years of her life were lovely though, despite the diabetes. She had loving parents who doted on her and encouraged her creativity. She could paint, make pottery pots, and she enjoyed basket weaving. She also enjoyed learning new crafts, and she says she has learned quite a bit since her passing by watching others in art studios and on TV. She had a lot of friends and she loved teaching others how to create some wonderful masterpieces out of natural materials such as rocks, wood, and even leaves. She wishes to continue on her venture of teaching her keeper some splendid creations by sending her keeper dreams and visions of beautiful ideas for works of art that will amaze!
Her favorite offerings are art materials and tools, items from nature such as rocks, crystals, twigs, branches and leaves, and moss, given opportunities to be outside in the springtime, summer and fall, watching Blossom craft videos on Facebook and IG, fresh flowers, cinnamon sticks, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, milk (especially chocolate milk), eggs, statues and figurines of trees, animals, and anything found in nature, gemstones and crystals, and colored feathers. Her favorite colors are red and orange.