I have resolved to use my stash this year. That isn't to say that I won't buy anything new at all, but scrapbooking often seems like a hoarders' hobby. Kind of like Warhammer, but I digress. Like every other scrapbooker out there, I have a bunch of beautiful papers that I've had for years because I just can't bring myself to use them for fear that I'll ruin them. No more! I'm going to use all of this stuff I've got lying around. That's what I bought it for after all...Isn't it? Most of my pages last year were digital because I didn't have time or inclination to get out my supplies, but also because my craft room was next door to my daughter's bedroom. She just wouldn't sleep if I was in the next room working. Now, my craft space is in the basement family room, so I can sit there and work while my husband is playing video games or while my daughter is playing with her toys. Another serious benefit is that I don't have to schlep supplies to the dining room anymore. All my stuff can stay at my table, and I can leave projects out to work on until I'm done. No more clearing up for dinner! Well, not clearing up craft supplies anyway. I made two more cards that I have to show you. The first is the same design as the smile card from a few days ago. I just swapped out the paper an stamp, an I wrote a different word. Other than that, it's exactly the same, not having to think about the design meant that it only took 8 minutes. I know this because I recorded it, thinking I would post a video to youtube. I'm not quite ready for video editing yet, I'm afraid. The second card is a thank you card. The butterfly tag is another one from the same BasicGrey element pack that I used before. I did the scalloped border using my American Crafts knock outs border bunch. Distress ink and letter die cuts and that's it. What do you think? Any suggestions about what kind of card I should make next?