Now that we’ve found love

… what are we going to do with it? That’s the question.

It’s obviously far too perfect and pretty to mess up by actually using it.

My scruffy little planner is very easy to live with: it’s shabbiness gives me the green light for any sort of creative experiments I might want to pop in it.

Anything remotely useful goes in here and it serves its purpose well.

But the purpose of this stunner is as yet undefined.

She could become any number of things: a faith journal, a scraptherapy book, a traveller’s notebook style album, a memory planner…

The trouble is, I know how my creative pattern goes and it’s roughly four hits (“Ooh, pleased with that!” “Lovely!” “Quick, take a photo!” “Happy me!”) to every stonking great miss (“Oh my goodness, I’ve completely lost the plot: bin it, quick.”)

But I don’t want to ever lose the plot here.

It’s perfect right now and just so *impossibly* pretty…

4 thoughts on “Now that we’ve found love

  1. manxbanshee

    maybe she’s all these things in turn… so choice is which one first – a faith journal, a scraptherapy book, a traveller’s notebook style album, a memory planner…

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  2. Maybe a faith/prayer journal?
    A collection of thoughts, prayers and versus that a speaking to you, notes about any nudges you feel from God. And could add a sticker here and embellishment there but no pressure to scrap it out.

    Excited to see what you decide to do with it!
    Xx

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    1. Oh, love this idea… I’m toying with the idea of taking it to my faithscrappers group and playing in it then. I’m just stupidly nervous of messing it up! Need to just jump in, I think 😉

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