It wasn't until I started getting into the creative zone that evening, I realised that I was missing hmm quite a bit of stuff. Oh No!! I had neglected to pack one last bag which had the majority of my craft supplies in it. Paper packs, adhesives, cardstock and my planner.
At this point but I didn't really feel like driving back home so decided I would just make do with what I had While I was worried that I wouldn't have enough to keep me busy, it turned out to be a blessing in disguise.
Without all my usual tools and materials, I had to get creative and make do with what I had. It was a little off-putting at first being outside my comfort zone, and having to work with my limited supplies.
However, it wasn't as hard as I thought it would be. I was amazed at what I could create with just a few supplies.
I was forced to think outside the box and come up with new ideas. It was a great reminder that we don't need to have stacks of supplies to create beautiful and interesting things. Sometimes, all it takes is a little ingenuity and a willingness to try something new.
Have you ever forgotten to take craft supplies to a retreat or craft night?
Here are a few pics of what I actually created. Mainly using a big bag of old die-cuts and embellishments and some white cardstock.