I was walking with the sweet pup the other day and took a route that I haven't taken in a while. I found this mostly dead :( tree on the side of the road:
and upon closer look I saw this incredible pattern on the trunk ...
I pretty much thought this must be the work of a very hungry woodpecker ... but he was so NEAT about it ... lining his holes up in a line like that.
After looking up "woodpeckers pecking habits" online, I discovered that many woodpecker species peck in a straight line.
very, very cool!
I don't swear. At least not out loud. There may be a lot of swearing going on in my head ... but it doesn't make it to the mouth. Today was an exception ... when I saw one of the Mercantile Kit projects from one of our lovely DT members ... I swore out loud! Which is very strange because the swear meant "yowza", but it wasn't "yowza" that came out. Yes - her projects are that good.
The entire team really ... oh man ... i could go on and on about them ... amazing talent really. It's mighty humbling to be on a team with them ... and wicked inspiring for sure!
Does anybody else have a TON of scrapbooking PDFs on their hard drive? And really ... are you reading them all? I know I don't. I download ... keep them on my desktop for a while to remind me to look at them ... and later move them to my "drop box" for later reading. I should read my pdfs more, because I usually LOVE them when I do!
But the ones from Masterful Scrapbook Design I almost always read. They are the perfect length for a quick read, written so well, and always seem to give me another way of looking at things. Example: this month's seminar is on Motifs, and Francine Clouden talks about creating a "personal motif". Really interesting and a great idea.
that's all for now!
i think today is going to be a scrapping day for me!
hope you have a creative day too!