Are your closets overflowing with half-finished craft projects? Yeah, me too. Crocheting, jewelry-making, scrapbooking, painting….. the list goes on and on. The worst part is us, crafters, we love them all.
I am a big scrapbooker. Some say scrapbooking is a dying art form but I am determined to keep it up. The problem is that I have turned more into a scrapbook collector than an actual scrapbooker. I love buying new supplies. Maybe they represent the possibilities I have for a new beautiful page. Or maybe I just simply like all the pretty papers and stickers. The problem with collecting though is that it bears little fruit.
It was time to start enjoying all the lovely baubles I had collected. It was also time for me to relish in the actual process of creating something beautiful. In the end, isn’t that truly what crafting is all about? I realized a major craft declutter session was necessary. I cleared out the excess and made room for only those things I would use and love. Along the way, I learned a lesson or two about letting go. Below I share with you some of best tips: