It's that time again to start going through all the beautiful materials I have piling up in my craft closet. Just because it's spring and I am sorting through things, doesn't make it "spring cleaning".
I'm just... taking inventory.
That's right, sounds much more fun than cleaning!
I started going through my stashes of awesome paper. As I go
through the materials for any of my products, I always save little
snippets or pictures I think are great. Sometimes I use them in crafts,
but there's always a huge pile that I'm not sure what to do with. I
think I will bring back the paper packs to the shop... I had those
available some time ago, but once I ran out, I just didn't make any
more. I think I might just do the same thing again.
I feel bad when I have these amazing pieces of mainly vintage paper that aren't getting the appropriate attention they deserve.
I also found some awesome books from the 70s in the piles of books I've rescued. I've had them both for a while, but they've just been waiting for the right inspiration. Last night I got started, I feel they will make amazing envelopes. I will list some in the shop once they are finished.
Do you do this? Save paper snippets and run out of time to use them all?