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December 11, 2008



Make more quilts and make quilts/blankets for charity. Organization is always on the to do list as well.


My crafting resolutions for 2009 include not buying new supplies until I have used up or give to good home at least 1/3 of what I currently have (there just isn't any more space for more stuff. And that includes finishing UFO's...un finished projects!

kathleen m

To get more organized!!
to mess it all up again and then reorganize.


Be more productive.


To use what I have stored away, and to do more altered books! I tend not to use the things I love the most, saving them for . . .what? I don't know! So I resolve to use use use!!! And to do more stamping and use less printed images.


First, keep my art room organized. Second, make more art.

Jeanne Louise

Organize! I have craft supplies all over the place. Sticking with one project at a time would help with this. Right now I have two embroidery, four jewelry, a couple sewing, and a scrapbooking project all going on. So maybe instead of organize I should actually say finishing projects!


Make more time for crafting (like so many others) but before that - get my room cleaned up and organized! I can barely move around in my art room right now, and forget about finding anything I need (I had basically a 12x12" space to do my Christmas cards this year - not good!)


Hmm. Keep organizing. I started. I have a dymo labeler and lots of containers, and I kind of sort things as I do new projects, because I'm looking for something I don't have labeled yet! But I'm pleased with how much I've organized this year and it encourages me that I can keep doing it. I think I've cut back on buying more stuff, but I can't resist a thrift store bargain. Especially fabric right now, I drool over it.

Projects I'd like to finish:
recovering the seats of our old dining room table chairs with some of the fabulous retro upholstery fabric I've been collecting.

make my own altered book with pages done all by ME.

carve more rubber stamps (from erasers) and use in ATC's and ACEO's.

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