Wat leuk dat je hier komt kijken.

In december 2007 ben ik gestart met deze blog.

De blognaam scrap-joy spreekt voor zich. Scrappen is voor mij een hobby waar ik veel plezier aan beleef. Ik voel me dan ook bevoorrecht dat ik designteamlid van het Noor Scrapteam mag zijn.

Het werken met verf, inkt, sprays e.d. begin ik steeds leuker te vinden. Ook in mijn scrapwerk ga ik deze technieken steeds vaker gebruiken. Het is dan ook super dat ik designer mag zijn bij Dutch Doobadoo. Want daar komen fantastische masks en stencils vandaan, die ik graag gebruik.

Ik bezoek regelmatig sites om inspiratie voor mijn kaarten, LO's, PL pagina's en journaling cards op te doen. Dikwijls kom ik daar leuke ideeën tegen. Door te linken naar die ideeën en door mijn eigen creatieve scrapsels te laten zien hoop ik dat ik jullie via deze blog ook kan inspireren tot het maken van mooie LO's en andere creatieve uitspattingen.

vrijdag 11 juli 2008

The scrapbooker's 12 step program.

Het lukt mij nooit om een scrapbookwinkel uit te lopen met lege handen. Misschien dat ik met deze tips de aankopen nog in de hand kan houden.

by Nicole Humphrey
1 When leaving home, always vow that you won't end up at a local scrapbook store or other craft store. Repeat these words, "I have too many supplies, and I will not buy anymore. I have to use what I have. Unless of course, there is a great sale and a new product I just have to try!"

2 Rearrange all your scrapbook supplies in your area so that there is no room to put anymore stuff in without having to buy new organization.

3 Always wear clothes with pockets when leaving home in case you should end up at a local scrapbook store or other craft store - this is so that you'll always have a place to keep your hands at all times - this ensures that you will not handle the pretty papers and play with all the fun tools. Might want to keep a washcloth in there too, to wipe up any drool that accumulates from your wishful thinking.

4 Never, ever, ever, obey the request of a sales lady to "Feel free to try out the different scrapbook tools!" Crops can be bad too. That's where some of my greatest, UNUSED tools stemmed from!

5 Never make eye contact with a sales lady. Never look directly at the papers.

6 Always take your spouse or a friend with you if you can't resist going to a local scrapbook store or craft outlet, they can remind you that you don't need anymore supplies!!

7 Never pick up or subscribe to a scrapbook trade magazine. This can be hazardous to your health, and the health of your family. They may look innocent, but the magazines are full of the newest supplies and they WILL call out to you! Before you know it, you will have all those products sitting there collecting dust!

8 Do not look at all your supplies before leaving the house as they will remind you that you don't have the latest and greatest trendy stuff!

9 Don't dress poorly in hopes that store owners won't trust your check or credit card, Scrapbooker's are typically honest people and it won't work! Many of us just don't dress that great every time we leave the house because we are mothers, wives and busy all the time! This is not a good method!

10 Do not rely on prayer alone to help as, God loves memories too. After all, He is the creator of many!

11 Promise yourself that you will look at every patterned paper before buying any. This may slow you down a bit. And make the decision a little harder!

12 Never, ever touch a computer and especially not one that connects to the Internet! There are all kinds of scrapbooking websites and online stores in there just waiting for you.

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