Below are the cards I then set about making, using up the left overs from a kit I was working on on Friday with a friend. One of my students asked me for a two cards, one for a 70 year old gentleman and the other for a Jewish wedding. I do hope she likes them. The third card with the bird is just using up scraps. I am determined not to let them pile up this time, I want to do my layout and then a set of cards for my stash so that I can keep on top of my accumulating piles of pieces of paper...
On to my room of stash: It was too flipping hot today: 34+degrees Centigrade (sorry to rub that in to my UK friends who might read this, I know you are all freezing...a happy medium would be good) to even begin to think of creating today so I spent the best part of most of today sorting the "rats nests" as my mother used to call them, that lurk in the corners of my actual workdesk.
Most of the time I can only see a 12"square (if I am lucky) of that A1 green cutting mat at any given time. I am sure I had a huge clean up when I finished the 12 tags in December, but everything seemed to be exploding everywhere again. My ribbon box was being stubborn and spewing things out and my die cut box was a landslide looking for somewhere to happen. So these both got unpacked and re-organised. Some other shelves got new drawer organizer boxes that I found at a local home store called Mr Price At Home. All in the name of making my crafting easier.
Now I can't wait to sit down at this pristine place and CREATE!
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