Tuesday, 11 November 2008

Unfinished/half started??

I'm having a bit of a tidy up (AGAIN) of my craft stash...

Totally ashamed of how many images I have coloured but zilch done with them, hundreds of different flowers, hearts, awareness ribbon punchies, etc all in the bottom of a "thats for tidying up" container... with another one exactly the same in the drawer full to the brim...

I'm guilty of opening more than one glue stick at a time.. why?

Brads in another "small bits to tidy up" container mixed in with small pieces of ribbon.

Envelopes and unused cards in a massive pile on the side.. instead of in the drawers bought for that purpose.!

And thats with having a small room that resembles a tupperware haven with a place for almost everything....

Someone please tell me they are the same.. or better still worse??!!!

6 comments:

Enfys said...

Oh I am so glad to read that someone else is like me, I have a colouring session, and I am like a kid with a new colouring book, then .....nothing, zilch, nada. I thought I was alone :)
hugs
Enfys

MeandLilG said...

Hi hun! Yep, me too. Exactly the same. All the time. Punched out shapes, inked stuff, coloured-in stuff, tiny bits of ribbon.. you name it.

At what point does something become scrap?

Never, in my house!!

Glad you're doing well xxxx

Happy Crafter said...

Hi you are not alone, i hate the tidying up bit it takes up too much crafting time so i tend to pop all things into a tub and promise i'll put them back in the right place later and most of them are still waiting LOL
Val xxx

Elf said...

I do believe it may be someones birthday today?
~HAPPY BIRTHDAY~ Gina! I hope you have a lovely day! All my love Emma.x

MeandLilG said...

Me again. You okay cos I haven't heard from you in a while? Just popped in to see if you're okay and to say that there is something on my blog for you xx

Kirsty Wiseman said...

you need super kirsty, the room organizer with a heart who works for chocolate and giggles.

Thanks for leaving such a lovely blog post the other day, I think we need a little niece like yours to make the world more colourful than the grey it actually can be :)