Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Just for fun!

Sometimes I get bored and stuck, so for a little change of pace, I sit down with some creative "stuff" and try my hand at something different.  I did this some time back.  I never shared with you, I just kept all the "enjoying" to myself!  So I thought I would share a little of my creativity with you today!



Among all my supplies, I had a box of shipping labels, straight from the office supply store.  I knew they were in the drawer, but rarely used them.  I 'hauled' them out (not a heavy job, hee hee) and went to work with whatever else I found in the supply drawers.


glue . . .

dried flowers . . . .

magazine pictures . . . .

And came up with these . . . .



I was so addicted that day, that a made a few more . . . .



Although these are not "writing", they are creative and sometimes we all need a little break to change our perspective for our writing! 

What have you done lately,
Just for Fun? 

P.S. Both of these sets of tags are available in my PruittCreations Etsy Shop.

8 comments:

AsteropeBC said...

What a cool project! I love how your tags turned out.

I tend to bounce between creative writing and beading. Sometimes I also crochet.

Sarah~Magnolia Surprise said...

How cute! And to think they were crafted out of stuff just laying around. You are so clever!

Kathleen said...

Those are really cool! What fun =) I do lots of different kinds of things.

Crystal said...

These are really cute tags! Love how you used the supplies you had laying around! :-)

Janet Bocciardi said...

I love them! Sometimes having just a small project like that can be a lot of fun and satisfying. Great way to use up some materials that you might've had for awhile. : )

Splendid Little Stars said...

Oh! They are so pretty! I can tell you had fun. Sometimes, we need a change to keep creativity flowing.

Judy Nolan said...

Lovely tags (and you can write on the back if you want)! I have a bunch of office tags like that for a day when I feel like experimenting with surface techniques.

A Joyful Chaos said...

They're lovely!