7.24.2008

Creative Therapy

My BFF calls this "creative therapy." If I remember correctly.



I was exhausted and down yesterday. But instead of going to bed, I stamped up 6 cards.



First I made this Monkey card for KellyH but I might have to keep it b/c she doesn't like the sock monkey. This is an adorable card! haha





Then I decided to do something with all these embellishments that SCSers send. I have a bunch of primas/flowers. Pretty much my entire flower collection is from SCS. So I designed this card:



Then I decided to keep on creating flower cards...no stamping... (note the new Incolor pink)


Wow..fun! Just keep on going...


Yeah, yeah...this one has a stamped Background...


This one has 2 new Incolors...the red and the light blue... (this one needs a glue dot for that knot!)


Today's Ways To Use it Challenge...negative space! What could be easier than a frame, of course!



(I haven't forgotten your cards Aunt Lin. We've just spent too much of the day at the pool lately!_

8 comments:

MelissaS said...

These are so pretty! I love the second card you made with the swiss dots and flowrs :)
Thanks for sharing!

wispy willow said...

It certainly looks theraputic. I did scrapbooking for the two years my first missionary was out... then gave my paper, cutouts, scissors, ribbons and other supplies to my daughter. I remember it being slightly addictive. I think your cards woudl be even more so. You certainly have a gift for it!!!

Lin Floyd said...

w0w i'll take any of them....what great therapy we all needed that when mothering full time...mine was writing poems...but cards are more practical you have a product you can sell or give away.

Katie Cotton said...

I love the layouts just using the primas... i need to use more of my flowers!

Anonymous said...

Wow....I wish that I got creative when I'm down (I just get REALLY lazy!! LOL)

Susan said...

amazing assortment?

Renee said...

Wow you go girl!

Anonymous said...

Are those tiny polka dots a cuttlebug background? I have to have them.

Jenifer VanPelt