You know, I was hitting a wall with my Artisan project from last night.
So, I decided to switch modes to the monthly My Paper Pumpkin challenge. I held up the wooden veneers and thought... "goodness, that's a nice tag". Then I thought about why I would congratulate someone.
And five minutes later... with a tad of the gold sequin trim secured with a glitter brad... we have a cute little graduation cap!
Now why can't inspiration happen like that more often?
Make sure you join the challenge with us!! My Paper Pumpkin monthly kits are getting better and better. Check out the video below for next month's Paper Pumpkin!!
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Come back next week. And visit us all. Just sayin'.
I lost my scrapbooking energy... creativity... spunk.. yes. spunk.
But I am going to find it.
Do you have it?
Maybe Cindy has it...
My hair is a mess. I was supposed to get my hair done with a nice purple ombre or just a plain ombre.. or just plain purple streaks. And I do mean some wild purple too. It's time. Spring is almost here. I've got my runners strapped back on... which is probably why my hair is a mess... I can't lift my hands over my hands to tame it.
Back to the post.
Right. I made this layout. I don't love it. I don't really hate it but its missing something. So, I am going to put it in my "undone" pile. This pile will be revisited in a month time when I attend some scrapbooking retreats.
But I will tell you one thing. I love the High Tide DSP and the Hello, Sailor stamp set. And I love this picture. It might be one of those situations where I was saving the paper just for this picture. And I am disappointed with myself that I can't get it just right.
Anyway. If YOU have MY
Please return it.
Please. Pretty please with whipped cream and cherries... and toss in a chocolate dipped donut on top of that. That would most definitely work for my husband. And maybe Mercedes. Yes. Mercedes.
That should do it.
Go visit Cindy next. Perhaps she is the culprit. Keep an eye out please.
This page was created for the My Pumpkin Challenge using the February Pumpkin kit... I dearly loved that kit. The circles are really useful for anything and everything. And I loved getting some letters...
Sometimes I am lazy.
So lazy that I refuse to reach up to get any more stamp sets or supplies... That would require me to stand up. Which would then require me to push myself from the desk and hoist upwards from my roll-y office chair..
And just so you know. Only cool people are as lazy as me.
But I like pretty things... soooo...This week I ended up creating a series of cards using the Big Wish stamp set balloon image. The first card looks like I watercolored... Well. I. did. not. ' No sir-ee Bob' . Too lazy for that these days. It just looks that way because of how I colored the stamp with my markers...
So... if you are lazy like me and like one layer, one dimensional, super cute, simple cards... this is for YOU!
You can thank me later.
I will say it again... add your own ' flav-a-flav' ... doodle! Did you notice... I was so lazy that I just stamped on the vellum vs find a co-ordinating die cut or punch.
Good golly, Miss Molly!! I made a mistake... I rammed that stamp too hard into the stamp pad and then onto my paper... and you can see the outline of the stamp edge... I made it part of my card.. again... I was too lazy to make a new card. I like it!
Use your markers to ink up your white bakers twine!!
Every time I see the Forest Friends stamp set, I feel the urge to add furry friends all over my cards. Today is no exception. I once again doodled the string on the balloon.
And check out the close up of the cutie's ears... Yup, they are pearls!
Now. Keep hopping.. Cindy is definitely upping her game these days. Its so exciting to see people changing styles and getting out of their comfort zone!
Don't be too lazy... make sure you visit all 10 Artisans!