My yard sale is done. That may not sound like a big deal but it is for me. I only had two take backs. One was a cute snowman with a flap ear cap and blue knitted vest (he asked me if he could please come back and play) and the other was a bracelet that I can use on one of my framing projects. Everything else is now happily residing in either someone else's house or Goodwill's warehouse.
I know I will have to have a "craft supply" yard sale in the late fall but I am having a tough time acting upon the necessary duty of culling and gleening. I can still see the projects I was going to make with these things. I will be listing "makings" on Etsy starting the end of August. My plan is to put lots of things together to enable others to create. What do you think about that? Does that sound like a goodie or a dud?
And now I can see half of my garage. The other half is occupied with my packing supplies for Ebay/Etsy and my plastic bins full of material for purses and dolls. And I must admit some bins of things I have collected hold items II hope to sell on Etsy or Ebay depending. But there is a whole open area to walk on and look at and think, gee I could almost get a car in here. It's kinda freaky.
I always feel better getting rid of stuff that owns me instead of the other way around. The dilemna is the conflicting feelings I create in myself...now if I could just learn the big picture lesson from that.
I have, when taking a break, read most of your blogs but didn't allow myself the opportunity to comment or get into the spirals of referrals I usually do. I did however miss (can you spell addiction) all of you. 4 more weeks until school starts, please......hurry, I'm running out of good time juju. At that time I guess I am expecting great things from me and hope to live up to my own expectation of getting back into the studio and actually doing not just dabbling.