So I thought to myself, "Self, what if, instead of waiting until this is all done, what if you showed a little at a time?" Now, it's not that I really think that you all (all, what? 2 of you?) are hanging on my every creation. But I am intrigued by people's process, so what if someone else is?
And here's the thing. I'm a painfully slow scrap usually. But when it comes to mini-books, I don't care. It's not a page. It's a proooooject. I don't even want to finish it too quickly, because then I'll be back to square one. You know square one: What picture should I scrap? What story should I tell? What papers/colors/fonts/die cuts will support that story. Oh, I am not friends with square one. Too many friggen decisions. I already have to make decisions all day long, I don't want them assaulting me in my hobby. That's why I'm in no rush. The pictures - well, to be honest, they're not all picked yet, but I know basically what I'm using. I know the story. I know the papers and the colors. Not every decision is made, but all the big ones are - now it's just floating along with lots of direction and playing. This is the good stuff.
So this is what I did today. Sprayed down six layers of "RIT" so that it has some nice beefy height to it. Plus the little butterflies. They're one of the reoccurring themes. Why? Because my new scrap lady crush (Karen Grunberg) has shown me the way. With two sons she uses them all the time and it totally works. And in this case they make sense...but you'll have to take my word on that since I haven't really talked about what I'm doing. ANYWAY, I also did the funky 1970s style VW bus, because the other theme of the album is road trip. Can't wait to see the headights once they dry. ;)
But yeah. I actually sat at my scrap table from 8 to midnight and that's all I got done. Oh. I also took in about 5 episodes of Pawn Stars. :P
I'm away again for the weekend, so I'm looking at Tuesday before I can play again. If I make any progress I'll share again...
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