|It's time for some stash busing!|
I know I said I wasn't going to make any resolutions but I have been thinking seriously about ways to clear out some of my stash. 2015 is going to be the year! As I mentioned in my previous post I like to do a lot of different things so I have yarn, fabric, beads and buttons, paper, photos, found objects, hand carved stamps and all the tools and equipment needed for creating with all these gems. Plus, with the advent of Pinterest, one of my favorite sites of all time, I'm always filled with new ideas. My studio is tiny so bringing in more materials makes what space I do have a challenge. So, I've decided to start shopping my stash. In addition to that I believe I will start filling my etsy shop, which has sat forlornly empty, with the creations!
Sandy Leigh at Eat, Write, Dream, Stitch was thinking the same thing and came up with a Stash Dash and five simple rules to help out. If you're thinking you might need a little stash dash head on over to her blog and see her plan.
I'm going to undertake some book making and use the amazing Japanese calendar that's in the top image for the covers. It's a really large calendar so I should be able to make several Japanese ledgers. I'll post pictures when I get them done.
What is the most interesting thing in your stash? What are you going to do with it?
|Yarn stash--some great colors in there!|