Have I told you about the Stampin-Up club that I belong to? I belong because I like the night out with friends (Trisha is one), not because I need another bloomin' thing. In fact its a running joke in our club. Kris (ie: me) never knows what to buy because she don't need anything. I think my demonstrator considers it a challenge to come up with things I might need and how I can use them.
Anyway, got off track there a bit. Here's why I write. Rhonda, my demonstrator (and friend!) can not understand why I don't mount my stamps I buy from her. But I like messy! I don't want to have a big block of wood to contend with. So I save my blocks. They sit on my wood shelf, right next to all the other wood things I never use.
To make Rhonda smile, I decided to alter one of the blocks just for fun. You can see the beginning of the collage (before I liked it) in the last post. I like it much better now.
It's also a good motto for me. Release Perfection. Okay, let's face it. I'm not perfect, we all know that. I'm always over-analyzing myself on this blog! That should be proof of my imperfection. But I think in my deepest soul, I want to be perfect so I think I'm always disappointed in myself in some way because I can't live up to my own standards. I'm working on releasing.