And then I stopped. Because all good things must come to a grinding halt. :P
You know how some people are like "I just have so many ideas! I wish I had more time!" ??
Yeah. I don't say that. Ever. I'm more likely to say "Hey, look at this tired old horse of an idea that I've already done. Look! I recycled it!" And then I'll sit back and act like I'm saving the planet or something.
Well, hey! Look at this old horse of an idea that I've already done! Look! I recycled it! Yay me! :P
One of the things that I mention in the process video is that these layouts are a nice monthly overview, but as far as actual memory keeping go, they are totally, 100% inconsequential. And it's funny, in that mindset, I have a lot of fun just throwing embellishments on the page without feeling like they each have to have some kind of relevance or deeper meaning. So ultimately, these pages are a little more fun to scrapbook.
Also, I'm clearly not killing myself to come up with a clever title. Just sayin'.
I also mention in the video two liquid adhesive solutions. The first are these bottles available at Amazon:
The picture makes it look like you're getting two different sized tips, but you're not. Two bottles, same tiny tip on both. I think I'd like to have a leeeetle bit fatter nozzle, but I'm still okay with the fine gauge that I have. And it's so much better than the enormous hole in the Scotch Quick Dry bottle.
The second thing I said that I'd link to is this video:
The lady in this video replaces her liquid adhesive tops with silicone baby bottle nipples. The glue doesn't clog in the nipple because of the nature of the silicone. Also, the tiny hole in the newborn nipples allows for a perfectly consistent, fine bead of glue.
Also, when she says "...and grab my nipple....(pause) my baby bottle nipple"? Priceless.
Okay, it is waaaay past m'bedtime! Thank you for stopping by! I've loved having you!