Here's a photo of my desk a few days ago. What you can see on the left are some cards I cut out from my doomed pages. If they had been just pages in my journal, I would have been happy with them but because they were created for a specific lesson, they fell short of my expectations. I like them a lot more now that I had cut them into pieces. I will slap a quote on each and bob's your uncle!
You can also see some pallette papers, home-made stencils and some new purchases on my desk and if you're eagle-eyed, you can spot my son's practice SAT papers as well. He's more likely to work through them if I keep him company on this side of the table. But you're not here to practice maths, so I'll show you what I did with my failed pages. They look remarkably similar, proving that I was well and truly stuck!
The first one I cut into cards that happen to be the same size as my Angel Cards, so I can include them in that stack. They're just waiting for a suitable quote to complete them. I got three of them out of the A4 sheet. I used my trusted corner rounder tool to round off the corners.
|"Fail" No.1. (A4)|
|Three cards cut from Fail No1.|
I cut the other sheet into nine ATC-sized cards. These are a lot smaller, so I'll probably just put a word or short phrase on each. "Failure is not an option" comes to mind!
|"Fail" No.2. (A4)|
|Nine ATC sized cards cut from Fail No.2.|
I'll leave you with a video clip I took on Easter Monday while visiting Dewstow Gardens in Wales. It's well-worth a visit if you live within striking distance.
Hope you all had a lovely Easter and are now getting back into the swing of things.
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