Some other observations I made about the photostream:
1) When you are short on time, the 'stream' is a great way to see what everyone is up to, providing they are not like me and actually updating on a regular basis.
2) So many awesome groups & collections of inspiration on the Flickr - like SRM, PaperCrafts Connection, fellow papercrafters, manufacturers, even scraprooms, cookies, cute packaging & interior design. I've been a little distracted by the Pinterest - but Flickr never disappoints and isn't as slow to load!
3) You can learn a lot about your own style by reviewing your photostream. For instance, I learned that I've been abusing the following products: baker's twine, my Big Shot 'top note' die and little wavy banner things. Not a big surprise. I need to lay off these items because I don't want to be known as 'baker's-twine-Big-Shot-loving-wavy-banner-thing-girl.' Time to work on some new tricks.
Thanks for indulging my Flickr thoughts. I'll wrap it up with another SEI layout. I finally dropped them off at Scrapper's Cove on Wednesday and even managed to spend less than $20 in the store. That is a record for me.
materials: patterned paper: SEI; stickers: SRM; tape: Tim Holtz; letters: American Crafts; pin: Jenni Bowlin; ribbon: May Arts
...And yes, my abuse of the Top Note die and the little wavy banner things is not limited to cards, as you can see here. I used the Couture line by SEI. Not exactly comfortable with the shiny whiteness of it all but it worked ok with these photos.
Happy Friday, everyone - thanks for stopping by!