I'm tidying again today; and I think we all know it would be reasonable to assume your response to any further details on my progress would be to roll your eyes and say Not again, Sian. The cleaning of my workspace is a Forth Bridge tale on a Eurotunnel scale: get to the end and the beginning is there to taunt me all over again.
My post for the Gossamer Blue blog this month - about dipping into an old scrapbook kit and using a recipe of parts to complete pages with whatever you find - came about because I've been edging closer to a plan of breaking up all my old kits, which sit in their original ziploc bags, and sorting it all into my drawer of paper and jars of embellishments. I'm finding that a hard bridge to cross. (No: I don't know what the bridge thing is this morning either)
Probably using all that stuff up would be better than simply moving it around. And with that in mind, I tweaked my blog post idea in time for this month's Gossamer Blue instagram hop, to show how keeping out last month's kit can provide ideas for using this month's supplies. I took a page I made for the March hop, of blue and pink and yellow on an 8.5x11 base, and I looked for follow on pieces in the same colours in the April kit. I made a companion layout of a similar design.
So from this one in March:
to this one in April:
More pieces out of the bags and into the albums. Ah, now wait: pages into albums? That's a whole other story.