I must confess to being a little concerned when reading Jan edition of CK when I saw the emphasis which seems to be placed on completing a record amount of l/o in record time.
As much as we as scrappers would like to be able to scrap as many l/o as possible, I feel that the joy of our beautiful hobby can be lost if we rush the project. I love to work on a page, filling it with detailand quotes, adding a little more each day until I have a true work of art in the end. Sometimes I look back on a page and cannot believe how much time and trouble I took because there is so much detail on the page.
Am I alone in this train of thought or are there any scrappers out there who also love to work on a page until it is perfect - even if it takes me 3 weeks? I find that as soon as I want to rush a page,it takes the pleasure out of what I consider a therapeutic hobby.
With products being very pricey as well, I feel that the final product should be one of real quality.
Please share your thoughts with me.
Thanks Sharon ( SOUTH AFRICA)