CAS Inspiration

As I'm sure you've noticed, I haven't been doing a whole lot of stamping lately. We've had a rough couple of weeks over here with illnesses!!! Luckily I do most of my DT assignments pretty far in advance, so I have been able to post here. My mojo is at about zero and I was stressing big time over this weeks SCS CAS Challenge, which I had not done ahead of time!!!

The inspiration was baby bibs, really cute, colorful ones. As much as I loved the inspiration, I stood staring at my desk and supplies yesterday for over 2 hours!!! There was stuff everywhere, papers, supplies, inks and I just couldn't get anything to work!! Ethan offered to help me, what a sweetie, unfortunately his ideas didn't really work out for me :) So...I put it away and spent some time looking at my favorite blogs and I was inspired!!!! Once I had an idea this card just flowed for me. Boy, getting to the idea was torture though!

What do you do when you are pressed for time with no mojo? Help, LOL

All supplies SU!
Stamp: Because I Care
Ink: Certainly Celery
Paper: Whisper White, Certainly Celery, Daffodil Delight, Tempting Turquoise, Basic Black, Bold Brights PP Pack
Accessories: Beautiful Wings, Basic Pearls, Scallop Trim Border Punch, Oval & Modern Label Punches

To order these or other SU! products, visit my online store.


~ Ali Robertson ~ said...

This is beautiful MAurenn, love it

Ali x

Amy said...

Oh it came out beautiful Mo!!

Julie said...

This is gorgeous! I can totally relate to your struggle for creativity. I sometimes do have to go away from it for a while. Glad to know I'm not the only one that has spent hours trying to make ONE card :)

JustYolie said...

Beautiful card, I hope you feel better. :)

Claudia said...

For having such a rough time you certainly came up with a winner. It is absolutely perfect.

Cindy said...

Fun card----I think I can create this!

Laura Evangeline said...

I felt mojo-less this afternoon, so I went for a stroll through Pier One. I felt a little better, but it wasn't until after I took a 30 minute walk around the neighborhood that I really felt revitalized enough to start creating again.