First, just gotta say, "Holy Crap, Kristin! 107 cards!" And you're welcome. . .you are definitely proof that a small change in perspective can wipe away the excuses we use for not crafting and then bemoaning not crafting. Awesome. Now. . .I wanna see those cards, LOL.
I already talked about my struggles to get my mind-set changed to make the crafting I love (and miss) from a reward to a to-do. These layouts for my Project Life® 2013 I completed a few weeks ago and they've been sitting on my work table waiting to be photographed and moved to my album (which is now done.)
The scraps, however, cluttered my table and taunted me. I had used the cardstock for the pages (both traditional 12x12 and pocket), I had punched some random circles from one sheet and cut up two others for the journaling block and a filler.There wasn't much left in the way of embellies. The remains of this Smaller than a Breadbox kit from 2013 - I think it was March or April - became my "warm-up." I decided to make a card to get me into "doing" and picked a sketch from an Aly Dosdall Big Picture Class I took.
I seldom add the sentiment - that makes the cards flexible for whatever event I need them for; I just write it in when I use it. What was left, you ask? A fairly full sheet of the circle paper will go to the kindergartners and scraps from the other two into the trash. The two jewel flowers and brads will go into my stash.