Thursday, October 15, 2009

Anyone Seen My Mojo?

I seem to have lost my mojo. I just haven't been in a crafting mood lately which is so weird for me. I have spent hours making cards that I am just not happy with. Does that ever happen to anyone else?

So, I thought I would share the new desktop I made for October. I used the kit from the October Scrappers Guide Premier newsletter. It is called Happy Harvest and it was designed by Susan Bartolini (ScrapKitchen). It is so adorable. The picture is of my son on his birthday.

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope I have something to show you soon. I need to find some inspiration. I am open to any ideas, please feel free to share.

Have a blessed day!

8 comments:

Cindy said...

That is a great page!! I know what you mean. I haven't made a card for almost 2 weeks until last night. I want to, but feel like it's too much work! Hopefully it will come back soon!!

Scrapping Julie said...

yes, unfortunately that happens to me a lot. i LOVE This little page.

Gina said...

Sometimes I get that way and have to find some challenges or some other type of creative activity to do until my mojo comes back. This is a cute calendar page!!

specialcraftmom4 said...

Sometimes the business of life can zap our mojo! Take some time for yourself and I am sure you will find it again (: Take care!

Sara said...

I love your desktop, it's adorable. I wish I knew how to make things like that-it seems my brain turns to mush when I try. Don't worry karen, you'll get your mojo back soon!

krittika said...

I love to do a papercraft in my free time also.
It is a good hobby. But the one that I've done it's better called paper model. However, paper can do many things and It's so wonderful.

Leigh Ann Baird said...

Oh, I love this Karen! You mojo is probably with mine.

Paula said...

I spend time looking at blogs and stamping web sites to get my mojo going again. youtube is another great place to find an exciting idea too. Another thing I do is pick up a tool or stamp set and think of all of the different ways that I can use that. I begin to experiment and the ideas come faster than I can create!