Good morning or afternoon or evening to folks visiting here as part of the weekly WOYWW festivities. After you've thoroughly perused my . . . creativity den . . . do visit our kind hostess Julia at Stamping Ground.
We've just set the clocks ahead, which is lovely in the evening and gloomy in the morning (although it's cloudy, so I can't blame everything on the time change - ha!) On my table, beginning at the lower left we have my American Crafts binder that I'm using for Project Life this year. I've got Post-it(r) notes on the pockets to help me determine what pictures I need to edit. The bin of stamps pretty much lives on that upper left corner. To the right of the bin is a wooden bowl (not that you can see it) containing mainly diecuts, doilies, etc. I've got a sheet of stickers out and some papers I've cut to 4x6 for PL. I'm fussy-cutting some flowers in the foreground. I've got three cards I need to get in the mail. I've added more Distress Markers to the collection -- Hobby Lobby sells them in five packs. On the windowsill is the usual lineup. The patterned paper jumped out of the scrap drawer and demanded I think of making a card set with them. You can see the mess larger by clicking. ;-)
A Project Life page from a few weeks ago -- I'm happy with it because it's a good balance of hybrid and digital elements and I'm using up random bits from my stash.
And finally, a simple get well card. I stamped the new Hero Arts Leafy Vines stamp on the front (found a distress ink that went well with what was already on the paper), put the sentiment on an October Afternoon label sticker, added the butterfly embellishment and called it good. :)
Sorry for the long post! Thanks for visiting.