Today was the first day I've taken a break from working on the layouts I'm doing for hire, and worked on some cards. I took her another 67 layouts. I'm always so thankful for my Fancy Pants collections when I'm working on these layouts.... because they make things so easy. I pull out a collection and I have the papers, stickers, title, and embellishments that all coordinated right there! They save me so much time! My studio still looks like a tornado hit it by the end of the day, but hey, that's just how I roll. lol
Today I used Graphic 45 images, mixed with some other papers. Now since I've decided to step back from my design team requirements, It's really nice to create what I want with whatever supplies I want. Lots of creative freedom <3 p="">
The weather has been pretty blah the last few days. Grey and cold! I always love the view out of my upstairs studio window, but even that has been pretty bleak. It's Feb in Nebraska. We just look forward to a sunny day now and then, even if it's cold.
Good thing I have no where to go and it's nice and toasty warm in here.
It's been pretty boring around here the last week ,but considering all that went on in January, THAT is totally fine with me!
I did book my ticket to go see my Florida family the first part of April, so I'm really looking forward to that!
Below is something I saw on FB that I thought was so clever. Super fun project for kids. I thought I'd share it here.
With Green being my favorite color, it's probably surprising that I don't really put out any St Patrick's Day Decorations. ( I do always make corned beef and cabbage that day tho) Maybe I should start putting out a little something. I'm pretty sure I did when the kids were little.
How many of you put our St Patty's decor?
I'd love to hear.