- You buy extra storage containers to
hidestore your paper in.
- Paper is falling off every available surface in your craft room.
- You shuffle through six years of paper packs to find just the one.
- You buy extra packs of the kits that are your favorite...just...in...case.
- Each idea book debuts your
- Upon view, you recognize the names of a paper pack, even if it was from years ago.
I have been working on Valentine cards for my children. I've even let them help me and, *gasp*, let them use my ShinHan markers. That is big for me. Even my son said "It's a once in a lifetime experience, mom! I love spending time with you. You are so lucky to have all of these great tools." Yes, I am, and lucky to have children that like to craft like me.
So, if you've come here from Michelle Loncar's blog, you are on the right track.
Here are the Valentine's cards I have created to date. I've made about 30 of them so far; I need about 55 in total.
To continue hopping along, please visit Marie Flayer's blog. You are going to love Marie's projects.
Thank you for stopping by today. Hope we have inspired you to use up some of those beautiful papers you have stashed away. Happy crafting!