Thursday, January 24, 2008

The organized and Inspired Scrapbooker

I was visiting Of Cats and Cardstock and had an amazing overwhelming sense of guilt. You've all seen my scrapping space. It's not what I would call beautiful.

The thing is, is that she read the book "The Organized and Inspired Scrapbooker".
It's a book beautiful enough to drool over, isn't it? I HAVE this book. The cover has not even been opened. Why? you ask. It's not been opened because I've been too busy trying to ORGANIZE my room before looking at it.

I'll bet you are glad that you don't live in *my* brain.


Aimeslee said...

ROFL, you are too funny, Katy. Hey, you do know that those scraprooms are just figments of our imaginations, right? Not real. Not real at all. ;-)

toners said...

Heee hee! I had that syndrome a couple of years ago - I bought a book on time management but couldn't find the time to read it!! :)

:: gingerkitty :: said...

Oh yeah the light is great. I would not want to mess it up. Then what is the point to keep my mess organized?!

Miss M! said...

That book is like OCD scrapper porn.

jp said...

Too funny, Katy! You really should open that book... :-) My room is not even a room - it's just a corner - and it still looks better than it did! Go for it!!

And thanks for the link! Janet

Kim said...

Katy! I love the little glimpses into your brain. You rock!
BTW no one's room really looks like that. Otherwise they are not scrapping, just displaying their supplies.