One of my favorite movies is Groundhog Day, where Phil (Bill Murray) experiences the same day over and over, until he learns a few life lessons and does the right things for the right reasons.
Rita: Do you ever have Déjà vu?
Phil: Didn’t you just ask me that?
Do you ever feel like you're in a crafting rut? I tend to get into a rut in the winter time, doing the same things over and over. I think it is time to mix things up a bit!
This month, we challenge you to do something different than your usual crafting style. If you usually make clean and simple projects, go fancy. If you tend to use a lot of layers, try a one layer card. If you use digital images, go old school and use stamps and ink. If you always make a card, try making a different kind of project.
Link up your project by February 21, and describe what you’ve done differently. Did you learn something? Rediscover a forgotten technique? Tell all!!!
PolkaDotRosie is our guest designer this month. She was our merriest entrant for our December challenge - Eat, Drink, and Be Merry. She is a woman after my own heart!!! Look at all of her different elements! Definately not CAS, her usual style!
|Polka Dot Rosie|
Annie used her new airbrush system to try her hand at creating a different kind of background.
Bernadette made desk calendars for her Stamp Clubbers.
Greta decided to use alcohol inks to make some pretty paper. She then die cut her alcohol-inked paper to embellish her lovely card.
Sybrina got a head start on craft show ornaments.
Finally, clean-and-simple me made a totally frou, frou card!