Today is a continuation of our conversation about how we come up with ideas. Do join the conversation ~ everyone benefits when we share! I received two additional emails over the weekend that I want to share with you. The first one is from Pam Campbell, a lovely lady and enthusiastic stamper who joined the group on Saturday for my CHRISTMAS IN JULY class.
Hi Susan Elise~ I think I found the correct place! I used to be very much a "creative" person, but my stroke took away that ability. So, I just find or look at things that let my long lost creative ability shine. (if that is at all possible) .
And, this one from Janie (a frequent GUEST ARTIST on my blog!) (Thanks, Janie!!)
I subscribe to many StampingUp demonstrator websites and everyday I receive many blogs with photos of new SU cards in my email inbox. I use an IPad to read my emails and if I see a card Idea with possibilities I take a photo of it. It is very easy on an I pad to take a screen shot and many ways to do it. One of the easiest ways is to hold down the home button and the on/off button at the same time. Snap!
The photo is immediately stored in my photo folder on the IPad's home screen. When stuck in a rut I just flip through the photographs. If you are like me I never have the embellishments, DSP, stamp sets or CS color that are on the photographed card. This means my card will be completely different from the original. The Benefit to this system is that in almost all cases I like my card better because it is made with the stamp sets, DSP, embellishment, CS color that I chose and bought from Susan Elise in Stamp Club.
Note to Susan Elise...if you publish this on your blog you MUST also print the following:
The 2nd Benefit to this process is to see the cards of top SU demonstrators. I can tell you after many years of using this technique that the cards I make in Stamp Club with Susan Elise are outstanding. From design to finishing detail SEM's cards are beautiful! We do have the top SU demonstrator! Janie=