So, today I hit the first of the 'hard' letters - Q. But for me there is no difficulty (not sure I feel the same way about about X and Z!), as I have decided that 'Q' is for 'Question'.
When it comes to answering questions those of us with children should be experts on 'Why'. This appears to be the first big question that they latch on to from about the age of two plus. And boy is it a test of our answering power. Hands up those of you who have resorted to the immortal words 'because it just is' after your mini mastermind has asked you 'Why' for the tenth time in a row? But no matter what you say your kids trust you to tell them the truth.
Move the questioning on a few decades and we come up against the politicians and other public figures who have adopted this same form of avoiding answering. Seems the more sensible the question the more they dance around giving a straight answer. And isn't it funny how truth evaporates with age.
I am continually asking myself questions when creating with stamps, inks, paints etc. And the only way to get answers is to experiment, try out the question, research, play; and when it goes wrong try again.
Today's tags are part of a bright and quirky set I made well over a year ago.
They all include papers from my printable sets - Polka Dotty and Polka Dotty Distressed. All the stamps are from the Happy Words and Birds and Party Words and Birds clear sets.
I added a few gems and washi tape to finish.
I'll leave you with one last point, when I run a workshop I always tell everyone to keep asking questions and I often get the reply 'I feel silly asking questions all the time'. I only have on thing to say to that 'the only silly question is the one that goes unasked'.
See you tomorrow