Sharon's crazies took over this week so I am here instead ... actually, that doesn't sound so good - she's just busy!
Like so many other hobbies, scrapbooking, photography and memory keeping have a huge range of tools to enable us to create the style of pages we love in our albums.
Even though I predominantly scrap in a digital format, I still have some essential paper supplies that are used for hybrid pages and projects.
A steel ruler, craft knife, double sided tape and a large self healing mat sit out ready for me to use when the opportunity presents. Funnily enough, tools to help me make pages have never really been on my radar, but, photography equipment is never far from my thoughts!
With that in mind, I have three questions for you today.
1. What tool do you always reach for when making a scrap page?
2. Which tool is sitting at the bottom of your tote or on the top shelf barely used?
3. If you could have any tool or piece of equipment, what would it be?
Now, you know my answer to number one, number two is a paper trimmer which I bought about a month after I started scrapping and I thought it never cut straight .... number three, well, that would be a super duper large screened laptop - not being portable puts a severe dent in my scrapping routine!
So, what what do you use most, what's hidden away ... and what would you really like?