I have stuff. And lots of it.
And while my craft collection cannot be entirely blamed on awesome shopping sites like peachycheap and Crop Chocolate, they are definitely contributors. I mean, how can you pass up some of their amazing deals of the day?
In all seriousness, though...those sites are fantastic resources for getting excellent products at VERY reasonable prices. If you haven't yet, check them out.
Back to the stuff...over the past 4 or so years when I began scrapbooking, I have collected A LOT of stuff. Papers, stamps, inks, brads, eyelets, glitter, flocking powders, embossing powders....
and the alphas, dear God, the alphas....
Well, you probably get it.
It is time to use this stuff up. Back in January I went through and purged to the hills, only keeping what I thought I would really use. I was able to whittle down my collection, but I still have a lot of stuff.
And to be honest, it is holding me back.
Sometimes too much of a good thing IS a problem.
You see, this really great collection (which I know I am so lucky to have) can sometimes be a little bit overwhelming. And then I end up not doing anything with it because I don't know where to start. Or I start and then about 100 different ideas come flooding into my mind about how I could use something and then I get blocked.
So why all this stash talk? Well, the always fabulous Shimelle is up to it again. This time she is offering a class to help us use all that stuff we have accumulated, all while creating an album about celebrating life.
Sounds good to me.
Want to make something from almost nothing? Got stash you want to use up? Come join us!