Wednesday, January 13, 2010

New Year, New Start: Day 13

clip_image002clip_image002[4] Quilting, scrapbooking, photography, cake-decorating, jewelry-making, t-shirt painting…. If you own craft supplies that date back to the days of Martha Stewart before she went to prison, it’s time  lob that hobby right into the garbage can. Trust me, puffy fabric paints have come and gone. Seriously – if you really do plan on picking that hobby up again some day, the technology has changed and you owe it to yourself to make sure your materials are safe and usable.

6 comments:

southerninspiration said...

uh oh, this could take a while......can I please do this in February???? :)

suzanne

Stacey said...

These are great ideas. I found you from Texas blogging gals, and I enjoyed my first visit.

Tales From My Empty Nest said...

This is one area of my resolutions that I have to get a handle on. I have every kind of craft "stuff" that has been made. I have tried my hand at just about everything. Plus, I have more fabric than the local fabric store. It will be an ongoing project for me to clean out my craft things, but if I do a little bit at a time, I an confident that I can get it done. Thanks for your encouragement! Love & blessings from NC!

Noni at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

uh, oh. have you been looking in my closet?? lol. found you through the Texas Bloggers! Nice to meet you. Look forward to more!

MagistraCarminum said...

Check. Dried up ink pads and stenciling paints in the garbage. Thanks!

Becca said...

Found you from the Texas Bloggin Gals and I absolutely LOVE this idea- I am subscribing!! Thanks!!!

~Becca