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I use Pulse to keep track of my blogs and it makes the whole process really easy and enjoyable. It's hard to describe, but you open your Pulse on your desktop or tablet, and you have pages. Each page will be filled with whatever blogs you want to follow, with the most recent post listed first. I lay in bed on Sunday morning and check out what happened during the week, and it's so easy to flip through till I find a post I want to read. https://www.pulse.me/
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One of my favorite places to go for creative inspiration are old stamp and paper craft magazines. I love curling up with these old friends and becoming inspired over and over again. Even though the magazine may be dog-earred, it's like reading it for the first time. It's fun to watch certain trends come and go and then there are always the classic designs that never go out of style.
I'm a hands-on kind of person so would much prefer touching and seeing something in person vs. spending hours on the computer---that's just me!
I jut made a beautiful book card from a video on YouTube by Christina Griffiths. I am shocked that I love her work since I have been a card maker and scrapbooker who goes for simple and graphic. I also subscribed to Kittie Krafts blog. Sorry I don't have the links but they are easy to find.
Hi Everyone! Just a simple walk in nature usually does the trick And, does anyone remember The Rubberstamper........ awesome magazine but no longer in publication.
I LOVED The Rubberstamper. I still miss it!
Take Ten and Stamper's Sampler give me inspiration now, but I miss the technique articles, etc. I also find lots of inspiration online. It's alot easier to take a magazine along to my MIL's house than try to be online on a smart phone, tho! Hopefully less rude, too
Farmwork? Housework? Kids? What about my stamping???