So that was a bit of a break, eh?
I am redoing my scrap room, totally redoing it: painting the walls and baseboards even. Phase one is complete, which is really only most of one wall. I have so much stuff!
I have been reading different threads in the general scrapping forum on Two Peas for months now where scrappers are talking about purging some of their stuff. Many of them say they feel more able to scrap because with fewer supplies they can more easily find what they want. Some even said they felt lighter and more creative! At first this idea horrified me, I'll be honest. I thought all of my stuff was necessary and that I would use it all.
However, this purging idea has been lingering in the back of my mind, and I started paying attention to which supplies I looked through but didn't choose for my pages. Turns out, there are some things I can do without. I am starting off gently, and in my first pile to go out the door are some post-bound albums, flocking (crazy messy stuff), and fabric sample books that interior designers use. Nothing new and amazing, mind you.
Here's a couple shots of my progress:
I'm going with Tiffany blue for the walls, Dover white for the baseboards, and black. With pops of red and turquoise. So far, so good!
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