Well, I've touched them. A lot. But I haven't made anything with them. I organized them all in crop bags and they are hanging neatly behind my scrap room door. I've spent hours scrolling through the gallery and adding layouts from community members and the creative team to my Inspiration Book. But that's about as far as I've made it.
Kelly Purkey's Sketchbook class begins on May 1st and I'm determined to get some layouts scrapped. 72 new sketches should more than inspire me to get these kits out of bags and in my albums! I want to know what it feels like to kill a scrapbook kit, people.
I'm also contributing to the class with a Project Life spread. I loved working from a sketch (and man, there are so many ways to interpret one) and I'm anxious to see more. Here's a peek at my spread, which is memorabilia heavy.
As luck would have it, this is a perfect time for me to get to work. I'm between kits (and assignments), National Scrapbook Day is coming this Saturday and next weekend I'm cropping with my mom and sister for Mother's Day. I have a list of stories I want to tell, so certainly, it is time to get to work.
The free shipping window for subscribers ends tomorrow so if you are looking to add some of the class dies or embellishments to your cart, now is a great time. You can see them all here.