How about looking through the gallery, if that doesn't inspire you, I don't know what would!!!
Sometimes I will be looking and see something and I just about want to get outta bed and go to my scraproom.
Also, I think just playing around with pps and such kinda helps,
Cause you just naturally want to start matching pps and looking for "stuff" to go with it.
If that doesn't help, maybe you're not ready to come back just yet. Sometimes we just need a break???
I start with digging out some papers I love. Then I would find a LO in the Gallery, or maybe even one of your own that you love, and scrap-lift it. Once you've got the inspiration, the enthusiasm seems to come back naturally.
Or go to the Challenges forum and pick something to challenge you. Sometimes a deadline and having other people around to cheer you on makes all the difference. Good luck!
I am in the same boat as you,just have not had the motivation lately, so I decided to book myself a crop at a local store. If you don't know of any going on in your area check your local stores such as Joanns and Michaels, they both do one once a month. I love being around other people who love to scrap and it always gets my mojo flowing!
I totally agree with those that suggested organizing your supplies. That always makes me want to do something-
My other trick is to tell myself to just make ONE LITTLE CARD. Just one simple card then I can stop if I wanna stop. No matter how plain it is- even if it's just folding a piece of cardstock in half and stamping the front of it... Before I know it, I've made three cards and I'm pulling out tons of pictures and supplies and having tons of fun.
Try making something for someone else. It seems like every time I start making anything for anyone else, I start to get kind of selfish and want to either keep it for myself or switch gears to work on my own stuff.
I'm the opposite. Sometimes I do have to force myself and then I'm always glad I did. Once I give myself a good push I get into it and really enjoy it. When I have time to scrap I like to use that time and be productive so I get pictures together, go through galleries, lay my pictures on white 12 x 12 papers and ideas start jumping out at me.
But sometimes I absolutely do not want to scrap, but once I emmerse myself in scrap stuff and pictures and start thinking about it, I love it.
Start with a small project that you could finish in a weekend or week. I just finished a 20 page 7x5 album of our adventure at Race for the Cure. It was quick and only took a couple hours to finish. Sometimes the feeling of accomplishment is all it takes to be able to tackle a larger project or to get back into the groove.
Sometimes it helps to scrap lift something - even if it's of your own work. If you're like me the finished LO never looks like what I intended to do. LOL. Or get friends together, go through the mags or check out some online galleries. We all get stuck at times. Try something different. Sit and organise your stash ,you never know what you'll find and an idea might just pop up. Hope you find your mojo , you just know it's there somewhere. : )