These tips are all about finding memory keeping inspiration:
This week for #nndailytip, we are talking finding inspiration! Today's tip is from @kelsterjean Don't forget about all those crafty pins you saved when you were endlessly scrolling through Pinterest! They're there for you to use! Try going back through your Pinterest boards to get the creative juices flowing and to find new ideas to try. I've been loving looking over the planner spreads I saved, to get fresh ideas for crafting in my memory planner!
Sharing an adventure layout on my blog today using @shopfreckledfawn's March 2017 kit. #freckledfawn Next time you get a new product / kit, try using it right away! This can inspire you with new ideas and motivate you to make more projects. Starting with a product first might inspire you to document something that was on your back burner–these photos are from last year and I probably wouldn't have scrapped them any time soon if not for this kit giving me the idea! #nndailytip
This finding inspiration #nndailytip is from @kelsterjean ! I have a folder in my phone gallery titled "Scrapbooking Inspiration." When scrolling through Instagram, I like to screenshot projects I love and put them in this folder to look at in the future. I also like to save tips and words from other creatives, quotes, lyrics, and more. This is a great folder to have when you're feeling uninspired or burned out!
Inspiration is everywhere! When you are translating an idea, it's important to remember that the goal isn't to copy your inspiration exactly, but to let it guide you. Don't get stuck on not having just the right pattern, number of photos. Think inspiration + improvising! This page is inspired by the cover of Dinner: A Love Story and was shared in the inspiration unit of last year's Pocket Your Year. #nndailytip
What are your favorite finding inspiration tips?
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