I posted on Facebook that I've decided to embrace "the slump." Not that I have a lot of choice at the moment. As much as I'd like to put some crafting/me time at the top of the list, I just can't. There are some other things that need to be dealt with first. That's the thing about priorities, they are shifting.
I have decided that I need to take a class. I've checked over at Big Picture, my go-to, and while they have a ton of classes and eBooks, they don't have the kind of thing I need to get me going. I'm not very good at the self-paced thing, though they look really interesting, I need the accountability. However, I've got several classes I've paid for and/or taken that I could re-do - though there's that whole accountability thing again. I also have several challenges from the last class I took that are sitting on my cluttered work table still to do, as well.
I had a friend try to get me to a crop on Saturday, but I fell asleep. Actually I had planned on taking her kit to her after church on Saturday evening, but forgot it at home. Once I was home, I was done. I fell asleep as she was dangling drinks at me via text. There is another, longer crop later this month. . .maybe that'll be my ticket. The store also had a couple classes that looked interesting; perhaps one of those would work.
Anyone got any other ideas for get-me-going classes? I did a brief Google search and most stuff was digital and I'm a paper gal.
I thought about maybe teaching myself to convert some sketches into digital stamps and create cut-files via YouTube, but I run into the same time crunch at the moment. I really need to learn this stuff or find someone I can work with who already knows.
Hey, does anyone know how to do that - take a sketch and create a digital stamp and/or a cut-file? Email if you do - we can talk.
For now, I'll take down my tree (nope, didn't happen over the weekend) and try not to think about the changes that will be taking place when I take out all those ornaments and decorate the tree next Christmas.