but, wow...900 sheets of paper and over 100 TP rolls? uh, we need to talk about this show called "Hoarders"....ha ha ha
Nope, definitely NOT a hoarder! That's what my father was. We weren't allowed to get rid of any of his stuff even though much of it was broken, worthless, or unbelieveably redundant, 40+ Coleman stoves for example or innumerable electric tools with burnt out motors.
I have a ton of stuff but I use it and am delighted to share what I have. That's why I'm in the Destash-along. I've been really good recently about decreasing my paper and fabric stashes and not replacing what I've used unless it's something I use constantly like glue, thread, Velcro, or interfacings. If you check my 50 in 2016 list you'll see that most of my projects have come at least 75% from stash. And that brings up two more items for the list:
. . . you have multiple stashes. In my case, a fabric stash, a paper stash, a yarn stash, an embroidery stash, a glitter stash, a pom-pom and pipe cleaner stash, a jewelry supply stash, plus tons of tools.
. . . you can create a wide variety of items (mostly from your stashes)