We enjoyed a mostly quiet, stay-at-home weekend. We celebrated my niece's birthday Friday night, started my next knitting class on Saturday afternoon, cropped on Saturday night and Sunday we had the Super Bowl. Which for us meant a reason to have finger foods serve as a meal. We sort of watched the game - but we were more in it for the commercials, which weren't as entertaining as we'd hoped.
As I mentioned I cropped. I completed more of my December Daily Album. The number of 5x7 pages completed versus the hours I was there seems to be a tad out of whack, but it's about completed pages and crafting.
There are a couple pages that need . . . something . . . something a little more dimensional. I'll have to dig through my stash, maybe a button or pin.
Speaking of stash, since I'm sure you all have taken the ideas from January's posts about organizing your scrappy places, caught the cleaning bug and have been a whirling dervish of organizing activities and now you're ready to celebrate your space by getting all crafty.
Is this on?
Haven't undertaken the organize and purge of your supplies? That's okay, if you take part in this month's challenges you'll have less to purge and organize. Given that we're in the month of "Love," it seems only fitting that the challenges center around Loving Your Stash -- aka, digging it out and using it! You'll combine the challenges with items you already have - old or new, cutting edge or cut it up, we're gonna use it.
We'll start today off with something fairly simple - dig deep now - and grab an item that you've been passing over for a while and use it. Papers that aren't really a shade you enjoy - well, it's time to enjoy them. An embellishment that you had to buy 50 of but only used five and haven't touched them since - go touch them. Whatever your item, create a layout, card or other maybe something for your home or mini project, then upload them here by Sunday evening. Be sure to let us know what item it is that you've been passing over. (Yes, there will be rewards.)
P.S. The website I've been using for linking up your work has undergone some changes, so I need to read up on the changes or find a new "linky." For now, please link your work in the comments. Thank you.