I have this recurring dream of getting rid of everything I don’t absolutely LOVE from my crafts supply and starting over from scratch. Doesn’t that sound so wonderful and inspiring? I realize that I have plenty of space for all my fun papers and embellishments right now, but what about when I move back to California and I have half the space for double the cost? What will I do then??? And more importantly, why am I worried about this now?

So…in an effort to use things up, I’ve been making layouts whenever I feel the slightest bit inclined to play with paper. Here are a few of my latest pages:

I also feel like I want to shake things up and maybe move my craft space to a new part of the apartment. The dining room? My bedroom? I don’t know, but a change of scenery sounds good right about now. Sometimes (okay, maybe all the time) I think back to my San Diego apartment, where I didn’t have a lot of space, but I was so content to plop down in the walk-in closet and surround myself with papers + stickers. I like the idea of being in a small space with a limited amount of supplies.

Ah yes, the grass is always greener…

5 Responses to “that old feeling.”

  1. Sierra

    WOW! Your pages are A-MAZ-ING! 🙂 I especially love the birch trees on blue background paper….do you know what brand it is? Inspiring layouts! 🙂

  2. Sierra

    Ahhh….that would make sense. I am totally enamored with Studio Calico and it is so hard for me to get my hands on. Someday, I am going to be rich! 🙂 lol

  3. Cherie

    Very cute! I have totally been going throught a purging phase lately in my whole house. I’m ready to redo everything! I think i’m more of a fall cleaner than a spring cleaner 🙂


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