image from the net
I went in the studio today to look for my Christmas scrapbook paper for a new project and it turned into an overhaul. I seem to have several drawers full of scraps. yikes! So I spent the next hour tackling one of the drawers, putting all the scraps in color piles. Now how to store them. If I had a big space with lots of drawers I guess I could put each color in a different drawer. So far I have red, pink, blue, green, purple, yellow, orange, brown, black and white. Now that is 10 drawers, no I don't have that much space. As a temporary measure I put them in folders and then in 2 drawers.
So my question to all of you out there. How do store your paper scraps?
I thought I'd play with black and white images, no special meaning or anything with this page other than reading books does let you travel all over the world. I love the image of the little girl reading to her dog. So maybe it has meaning to me after all.
A little beauty for you, she was found art and I painted her over a watercolor crayon background. The flowers are cut out from old walpaper.
After a long search I finally found one of these,
so that I can make these tags at the Artistic Life. Shona Cole has the most fun little projects on Wednesdays. You would think that a simple square punch would be an easy thing to find. Of course now I am punching inchies out of everything.... I love how new tools can lead to all sorts of new ideas and just plain fun.
Have you had any fun today, turn off the computer and go to your studio and play!