Other than watching Glitter Girl, here's my three tips for getting back into scrapbooking . . .
- Clean your desk. After a couple of months of disuse, this was a bit of an archaeology dig. Among other things, I came across my last crafty purchases, not yet put away, random stacks of mail, including an overdue bill (oops!), with the last project I was working on buried at the bottom. A clean desk always gets me itching to start a new project!
- Print off some new photos. I don't print at home, but tend to get them done in batches every few months. That's what I plan on doing after finishing this post!
Gather some new supplies.What I mean to say is, gather some supplies together in a new way! And that's where the Counterfeit Kit Club comes in, with inspiration each month to help us do just that.
I loved the colours, but didn't have a whole lot of supplies in common with the inspiration kit this month. So I just took the colours and started from there . . .
I was happy to leave my kit just at the paper this month, and pull embellishments and alphas as I go, but I couldn't resist having a go at those Maggie Holmes hearts . . .
My version is made entirely from my stash of paper strips! How fun!
Thanks for visiting . . . but before you go, why don't you share your strategies for getting back into crafting after a break?