I’ve been dying to use this clock paper since I pulled it out a few weeks ago and finally I decided what I wanted to do with it–and it didn’t fit anything I needed to do. So, I set it aside again. And again.
Today I thought, “This is ridiculous. There are THOUSANDS of papers in your stash you’re just “dying” to use, use this now.
So, I used it. Yes, it hurt to cut into the paper. But like ripping off a band-aid, it was fine once I did it. And now the card is done and more of my insane paper stash has been put to its intended purpose.
Yes, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but paper is not there to ogle and stroke. This is paper, people. CUT IT and USE IT. There’ll always be another one you love next week.
February cards for my friend are now officially done. Onto March!
|Stamps: Impression-Obsession Birthday|
|Paper: PTI rustic cream, SU Pear and Blue, SU Espresso, Webster’s Pages clocks. *sniff*|
|Ink: Unity Burnt Umber Pallette, SU Bordering blue to dust the lattice|
|Accessories: string pulled from burlap, SU Lattice embossing folder|
|Techniques: Dry embossing and destruction of innocent burlap|
|Difficulty (1-Easy 5-Advanced): 1-easy.|