My second scrapbooking class of the year ends today and I'm feeling, oddly, a little bereft. The members of the class come together to form a little, temporary community -- we chat on the message boards and comment on each other's layouts in the gallery -- and I like the virtual company. I like to "play" in the peace and quiet of the den, but I will miss my virtual classmates and teacher until we meet up again in another Big Picture class.
Until then, I'll scrapbook while listening to Paperclipping Roundtable or during the Paperclipping Live show. I really should become a Paperclipping member sometime soon.
Edited to add: That I made 1 card, 2 home decor items, 4 two page layouts, and six one page layouts during the class during this class. I'm pretty happy with this amount of output. It's not as high a page total as during Camp Scrap, but I'm okay with that. Camp Scrap, for me, was about getting going, while Use Your Stash was a little more cerebral and process-oriented, as I tried to not only use up existing stash, but think about how to organize things better and how to make better choices about what to buy moving forward.