Separation Issues

I don’t know about you but when I go to card making workshops and if I like the card I will hold onto it as a template should I wish to make another some day. Going through my card making supplies I come across the odd card here and there that I’ve made. (It’s like an archaeological dig! Not only in the artifact finds but also the sheer amount of other junk I have to go through!) As I come across these artifacts, I’ll photograph them and add them to the blog so that I can finally send them away to spread joy to someone else! And also, I have a chance to see what sorts of techniques I’ve done.

One wonderful thing I enjoy and truly appreciate about going to card making classes is that the consultant has everything cut up for you and all you have to do is put it together and voila! you have a handmade card!

So stay tuned for posts tagged “Artifacts from Spike’s Attic”!




2 thoughts on “Separation Issues

  1. Heeheehee I do that! Twice now I have cleaned out my “stash” and sent cards to my mom for her use. I still have a couple in there, though, from the late 90s… and I still can’t part with them.
    *grin* I think the obsession must be caused by a chemical they add to the paper in the manufacturing process.
    That is my story and I am sticking to it!

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