I can hardly believe that we are already halfway through August! While some of us are still enjoying lazy summer days, others are preparing for back to school. In either situation, it seems there isn't a whole lot of time left to be creative. This summer as part of my summertime daily posts, I have shared with you my favorite easy summer scrapbooking tips. Today I'm going to finish-up with a very simple way to stay creative even when time is in short supply.
Currently, we are preparing for our first offical year of home schooling. Add that to all of life's other responsibilities, and it means that I haven't had a whole lot of free time to do all the scrapbooking I want. And yet, I find that when too much time has passed between projects I get a little antsy. One thing I like to do just to keep the creative juices flowing is to make cards. A very quick and easy way to make cards is to use up the scraps from recently completely layouts. I made this card,
using scraps from this August's gallery layout.
You can make the process even quicker by using similar design elements. Including the time it took to die-cut the butterfly, this card only took about ten minutes to complete, and now I have a happy summer card to give away to someone special.
Thanks for stopping by today! What are you doing with the rest of your summer?