I don't like walking in the rain, but I've have had to to get Audrey to school everyday. Confession, on her short days (2.5 hours), and it's nasty out, we play hooky and stay home. *GRIN* Just don't tell her teachers, okay?
I've been thinking... I think most of us fit into a category of what type of artist we are as cardmakers/scrapbookers. Are our styles a direct reflection of our life? Take myself for example, I consider myself 'clean and simple' -- but frankly, I am 'clean and simple' mostly because of time constraints. My time is limited and I'm always on the edge because one of the little people would come into my room and disrupt my flow in a number of ways. I speed through my creative process, racing to finish and then moving onto the next project. Even if I have a whole day to myself, I still find myself rushing all the time. I usually skip the elaborate layering and details in favor of a quickie. I've conditioned myself to be quick, therefore my finished product usually falls under the 'clean and simple' category. But I digress. Most often than not, I like and prefer clean and simple.
Like this little card...
I 'nub' it. :)
Stamps are from Pink Paislee's Daily Junque line. I want to mention that the stamp quality is not at par with the stamps I'm used to (not made from photopolymer), but I love the images too much and bought it anyway!