Easier said then done. First the circles had to get cut using my Accuquilt GO, then the fabric auditioned. Then more fabric auditioned because the green I had beside the pink was just not working.
And of course, then more circles had to be recut as they suddenly didn't match the green and pink.
Then I took a pic of that and went to EQ7 and started again. Here is one of my rejects, it just doesn't work for me.
It might be the colours, but I did audition a whole bunch, I think it may be the different widths in the rectangles as I tried to create my own version of a log cabin block. Either way, it hit the rejection bin=)
So what do you do when you have reject after reject? Okay, maybe you don't have that happen, but I sure do.
I go and find some inspiration. This video is so great for making me feel like giving up is not a great option. The caption is 'The only person standing in your way is YOU. Find something in your life worth fighting for and discover a FIRE within you.'
How amazing is that for a quote?
Or how about 6 ideas to inspire your work routine. Love the creative ideas in this one!
One of my favourite blogs is a new one 'Find Your Lula'. Now I will admit I have been to the retreat twice and this blog is a spinoff from it... and simply put, you can find what you need for growth and inspiration and organic thought here. Another disclaimer I do write for the blog as well.
Tell me, what do you do for getting the creative juices flowing?