Stash Busting Challenge

Sometimes I think I need to go through a 12-step program for crafting. My name is Jennifer, and I’m a craft-a-holic and a supply hoarder. I guess there are worse things that I could be addicted to. I just can’t help myself. I must have crafty ADHD. I decorate cakes, draw and paint, scrapbook, make jewelry, crochet, and whatever else I can get my hands into on any given day. Whenever I’m in a hobby or craft store, or a thrift store, or even the dollar store, I’m inspired by everything I see. I don’t always know what I’m going to do with any given purchase or find, but I know that it can become something great.

Today, my stash is neatly organized in my studio. I’m not sure how much longer I can fool my sweet hubby into thinking I’m using a just-in-time (JIT) crafting process. So, I am committing to an all-out, free-for-all, stash-busting crafting marathon over the next two weeks. I am allowing myself a budget of $5 each week to purchase any “finishing” supplies.

I’d love for you to participate with me! Email me with your stash-busting projects and you could be featured in future posts or even be asked to do a guest post.

Let’s get busting!

1 comment:

  1. My stash is mostly paper and thank goodness, it doesn't take up much room. I just have an addiction for pretty papers! I did find a project yesterday that will get rid of paper (maybe a lot of the scraps I have) and will make use of a wooden flatware container I have had stuck in a closet (it fit in our apartment kitchen but doesn't work in my house now). Here's the link... http://www.u-createcrafts.com/2010/06/wooden-photo-collage.html

    I'll blog about it whenever I do tackle it!


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