Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Global Design Project 126 | Sketch Challenge

 I'm really trying to work hard to figure out a balance in my life right now, so that I can give good, quality time to my Stampin' Up! business while not shortchanging my family, faith, friends, or any other part of my life.  That is not always an easy balance to find.  If any of you have ideas out there for me on good ways to find that balance, please comment below and let me know what works for you.

One of the solutions I am trying right now is to design and cut out projects in advance and then take the pieces with me to put together the project during those "waiting" moments.  Over the weekend, I took a Paper Pumpkin kit along and put the entire thing together while waiting as my family enjoyed Comic-con.  Today, I put this card together in the car while waiting for husband to finish an appointment before heading to a medical appointment for another family member.

What I learned is that with a little planning ahead, I can make cards anywhere.  :)  And, you can too.  Who doesn't spend time waiting somewhere every week.  With a little planning ahead, you can take a kit or parts to a card and assemble it while you wait.

This card was inspired by the Global Design Project sketch this week.  Make sure you head over to GDP126 to see the inspiration cards by the design team and other creative entries.

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