Today's cardmaking tip video is keeping it real regarding fixing mistakes. Initially, it started out as a cardmaking video tutorial but it just wasn't heading in the right direction as far as tutorials go. I was encountering one "oops" after another. Finally, I just threw my hands up in the air and muttered "Are you KIDDING me??!!" At that point, it was time to press stop while recording and go to Plan B.
With the next recording, I decided that it would be a good idea to just give a tip on how to fix some of my mistakes. Good idea, right? Sure it is. While I wasn't totally happy with the fix and the outcome, I decided to go ahead with it. The story needed to be told. :)
See this cardmaking tips, mistakes, and keeping it real video on You Tube HERE.
While the card didn't turn out how I had hoped, it is finished and I will send it to someone.
Lesson...we don't need to be so hard on ourselves when things are not "perfect". We were not made to be perfect. We were meant to be real, kind, and the best version of ourselves. And, that's what we should all be working toward. All attainable...progress not perfection.
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What do you with your "mistakes"? I'd love to know! Leave a comment below and share!
Thanks for tuning in for today's tip on cardmaking mistakes and keeping it all real and I'll see you tomorrow with another project.