My friend Gina (or GZ as I like to call her) has a fun little kit club she’s started called Messtaken Identity. It’s based on the idea of reducing, re-using, and recycling, and how that can be applied to scrapbooking.
GZ’s business is taking over her crafting life, and her living room. She was on this week’s episode of PaperClipping Round Table, and brainstormed ideas that should help her business be a little more efficient and organized. Since organizing is one of my favorite things to do, I’ll share some of my organizational ideas with you next week. If you give a listen, you’ll also get a better idea of what the Messtaken Identity kit club is all about.
Each month GZ sends out a kit of papers and embellishments made with recycled products. She also holds an online class thru Spreecast where she gives you ideas and techniques that you can then use with your kit. GZ was kind enough to send me her current kit, and partials of two previous ones. Want to see what she sent me?
I’m not sure what I will do with them. I could use them as part of my Week in the Life project in May, I could use them on random layouts, I could use them to make a mini album. So many options! I’m going to let the ideas germinate for a bit, and then I’ll do a process video showing you what I do with the kits.
Interested in getting a kit of your own?
Check out GZ’s website, and sign up for a kit!