Sometimes I get behind on my blog because I simply do not have anything to post. Or rather, I think I don't have anything to post. I always try to find something interesting to share, or a project that I feel is worthy of your attention. When I get busy, I don't have time to write out an elaborate post or make a new project just for the blog. And when that happens, I wind up not posting for a while.
But there's no rule that a blog post has to be a big, elaborate project or a long blog post. Sometimes, it can just be something simple. So today I share with you a very quick project I did for one of my clients. I spent about an hour and a half figuring out the right color combos and stamp placements. After that, I made about 3 dozen of these in a couple of hours. The client is tickled, I took on a quick and easy job that I was able to finish, and I feel like I accomplished something.
So the next time you think you don't have time to scrapbook, remember...there's no rule that says you have to do a big, fancy, 2-page layout and finish it all tonight. Just find something small to do, like writing up a bit of journaling, going back to those pages you set aside to finish later, or even sorting and editing photos. Every little job counts, too. And if you do a little bit every day, pretty soon you've accomplished a whole lot!
Supplies used: Stampin' Up Very Vanilla Card Stock, Very Vanilla seam binding, Tag Topper punch, Crisp Cantaloupe, Coastal Cabana, Baked Brown Sugar and Crumb Cake inks, and the & from "Calling All Heroes" stamp set. The Stamps of Life "calendar2build" stamp set. Close to My Heart "Cruisin'" stamp set. Assorted letter stamps.