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floatingmoon
« on: April 27, 2010 01:08:42 AM »

I have too many things, including crafts. I tried to get rid of some, but I feel so un-easy to de-part from them.

Crafts materials/tools, I ask myself how often will I use them, I get rid of some of them. Still many.

Finished crafts project (the major problem), I feel so un-easy to get rid of them, coz I mean I spent lots of time and effort to make them. But there's too much?

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kiewiet
« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2010 02:17:12 AM »

I know what you mean - too much stuff!!!
I manage to pass some on by giving them to charities. I find knowing it goes somewhere usefull helps.
I have also volunteered to teach a class at local charity or schools or place for people who have disabilities or are ill. You usually have great support from the staff that work there and what you do can be as simple as teaching one person or taking on a class, depending on how you feel. The  crafty stuff(materials/tools) I don't use any more then goes into their craft box to be used by other people(who may not have the funds to buy craft materials). This way I dont feel so guilty about what I spend on my crafts and I also clear space in my house tomake more things Wink
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« Reply #2 on: April 27, 2010 08:06:06 PM »

I completely understand!
The supplies I just can't part with, but I have been giving some of my completed projects to my parents and my daughters.
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