Happy Sunday to you.
Lately it seems, I am suffering from creative overload. So much inspiration & not enough energy to use it. Sometimes, it is exhausting to feel creative and inspired all the time! I get inspiration sometimes, from the strangest places or thoughts, and there simply aren’t enough hours in the day for me to express those creative inklings. Do you ever feel that way?
Well, then there is the total flip-side, the lost mojo, when all those ideas fade and you are left staring at paper thinking, “what the heck am I going to make with this?!”. I get that feeling occasionally too.
So let’s start a dialogue. . . What do you do when you have soooo many ideas? Do you write them down? Do you ever actually go back to them later and use those ideas?
And what about the opposite? How do you get that crafty mojo back? I would love to hear what you have to say on the subject.
And now, your first project for the new week:
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This is one of the many many MANY wedding layouts I have made, and will be making in the future, of our wedding. The grandparents (meaning Johnny and my grandparents) and parents (meaning Johnny and my parents) are all getting, or have already gotten, wedding pages to add to their scrapbooks I am making for them, I add to each album every year with pages of our lives. When we have children, I plan on continuing the process of adding new pages every year for the to-be great-grandparents and grandparents, but then of course the new Peyton layouts will be of our children 🙂
I have had quite a few questions about the kits lately, so I will be making a post about the kits shortly.
Quick, easy, and no fuss no muss. I made a bunch of layouts to give out for Christmas so some of them had to be pretty simple.
You will see one later in the week, which might just be my fanciest layout to date.