Maggie Holmes Heidi Swapp card

I’ve been in a creative rut lately. When I sit down to make something my wheels spin as I look at the supplies in front of me. I think I an overthinking things. Sometimes instead of coming up with some grand new idea you just need to glue and go.

Maggie Holmes Heidi Swapp shine card

So that’s what I did. No preplanning or overthinking, just glue stuff down and move on. I’m calling it glue and go therapy. I made two cards in under an hour and I let myself enjoy it instead of second guessing every piece.

Maggie Holmes Heidi Swapp card

I pulled out this older Maggie Holmes line because it’s still one of my favorites and I have a huge stash of it. I paired it with some gold from one of the new Heidi Swapp project life kits.

Magie Holmes Heidi Swapp card

A bit of this a few scraps of that later and I feel like my creative juices are flowing again. I may just need to have a weekly therapy session with myself!

 

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And speaking of creative juices-check out the August issue of Papercraft Inspirations. I’m super thrilled to have my blog featured as Blog of the Month.

~Michelle

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Crate Paper – Flea Market Collection – 12 x 12 Paper Pad

4 Comments on Glue and Go Therapy

  1. Melanie
    August 31, 2015 at 1:15 pm (2 years ago)

    We all get stuck in a rut sometimes. Your cards are lovely. Congratulations with getting blog of the month. Melanie xx

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  2. Krista
    September 1, 2015 at 2:47 pm (2 years ago)

    Beautiful cards. This method has been my summer card method. I call it a cluster card. It is a great way to personalize cards. Quick, yet beautiful when you are busy juggling kids.

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