A simple page about my son taking notes on our visit to the Royal Tyrell Museum in Drumheller, Alberta a couple of years ago. Black Beauty is a T. Rex fossil found by some teenagers out fishing in the mountains of southwestern Alberta. Mostly he wrote down a list of the dinosaurs he saw. Used some old My Mind’s Eye and some new Cocoa Daisy stamps.
Confession: I started this page in January. But Lain’s prompt was to scrap something we’ve been putting off, and I certainly had been putting off finishing this page. So I tweaked the title (which is what really had me stuck) and added a few touches and called it good.
And then I lost my mojo. Vanished. Gone.
I forced this one out trying to get it back. It was a dreary, foggy, rainy day on Grouse Mountain (in Vancouver) so I reflected that with the papers I chose. Still no mojo.
On my next attempt to get my mojo back, I got playful with it instead. I’ve had this old photo kicking around my desk for a while now, so I grabbed it and a couple of old Cosmo Cricket patterned papers and a pair of scissors and went at it. So much fun to simply cut up a sheet with scissors and layer the pieces under the photo. Tucked in a few bits and pieces I found on my table, added a title and done. Quick and fun. Just what my mojo needed to lure it out of hiding!
So I managed four pages in about eight days. Need to kick it up a notch. Good thing my mojo is back.