I have numerous projects that I have started that just hang in limbo waiting to be completed. I just can't seem to finish them or find the right touches to complete what needs to be done. It's useless I guess. In the meantime, I will continue to attempt projects and hopefully soon I will have some great things to inspire you.
I will leave you with a simple project I did for my boys this past Christmas. Both of my boys (as well and me, my parents and sister) collect Disney Pins. We love to spend the day at Downtown Disney just swapping pins with cast members. It's addictive! Anyway, The boys are getting so many sets that they needed a special place to store their pins. (The ones they really don't plan to trade again anyway). I bought them each a simple bulletin board at Wal-Mart and stamped Mickey Mouse images on them in black Staz-On Ink. I found the clear stamps in a venture to target and couldn't pass them up. Here are the end results. I think they turned out super cute and the boys couldn't wait to hang them up and put their pins on them.
I made the 2 a little different from each other so they could always tell who's board was who's.
I used mostly Mickey and Minnie images for Nathan's board. I colored each of the images in with my Stampin' Write markers. I was afraid they wouldn't be vivid enough or would soak right in, but they were just fine.
On DJ's board I opted to make his an array of various images including Donald Duck (of course). The boarders were a little time consuming, but well worth it in the end. It added so much to the boards and made the entire project seem complete. Now I need to make one of these cute things for myself so I have a special place to keep my Disney Pins. :0)