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Crazy Or Smart ... Still Deciding ... With Qs

25 April 2013 - 10:01 AM

So, I've taken on the project of going through ALL my digi supplies. I have sooooo much on my computer and backups that a) I don't know its there and B) some of it is most likely bad quality since I downloaded every freebie I could get a hold of when I started.
Also, I'm working on properly labelling things or getting rid of things that I have absolutely no clue where they came from (i.e. element1 ... but no preview, TOU, or anything other identifier). I've already deleted about 1GB of stuff. I started with my Kits folder, and am sad to say I'm only on the letter C (I sorted my kits by name). But I'm working on relabelling things so the designer name precedes the kit name. i'm also trying to make sure all the TOUs are in the right place. This is taking a loooooooooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnng time, but I think I'm happy about it. I'll be thrilled when I'm done, but right now its just frustrating.

I do have some questions though. I'm fairly happy with my organization system (which I adapted from Ro), but how do you organize your blog trains/collabs when there are multiple designers for a 'kit' essentially. Especially when they may be the same colour palette but different themes?

Thanks again!

Scrapping Movie Ticket Stubs ... Need Inspiration

14 April 2013 - 07:19 PM

So I'm having a brain fart and was hoping for some help. I have a ton of movie ticket stubs/concert stubs, etc that I'd like to scrapbook, but I'm not sure where to start with it. What things should I include on the page(s)? Has anyone done something like this that I could get some inspiration from?
Thanks in advance for all the inspiration!!!

edit: a lot of the movies I don't really remember. There really isn't any significance to any of the events, I just thought it might be fun to do, but got stuck when it came to actually doing it.

edit: this is my attempt ... it still needs some work though