Stash Bash

I’ve never met a crafter without a stash of some kind. This year my goal is to use up all the craft supplies I have spent money on that are taking up mental and physical space in my life.  Join me here every Thursday for a Stash Bash.  

So so busy getting ready for Olivia’s party on Saturday, won’t you stop by on Sunday to see how it went?

This week I did manage to sneak in a stash buster that was not party related though she may end up wearing it to the party.  I few years ago, I made up some super easy and fast felt bows and every time my girls wore them I got compliments.  That turned into making for my shop at Farmers Market and Etsy which of course burned me out on them and so I stopped making them.  My girls were in dire need of something to put in their hair so I pulled out my wool felt basket and made a few.  These are a great use for those strips and bits of wool felt (or any felt) and they are so easy you can make them in every color of the rainbow.

I will post the tutorial on Tuesday in case anyone else wants to make some, I promise, you can make one too.

So what did you get done this week, I can’t wait to see!   I love every one of your projects from last week, you all inspire me!   Thanks for stopping by this weeks Stash Bash. Below is the linky list for you to add your project. 

Here’s what to do. There are no rules. 
Just use what you have and try to not buy new supplies, unless you need it to complete a project that you are making from stuff you already have in your stash. 
Take a picture of your project or progress and blog about it or post a picture to flickr.
Then come back here on Thursdays and post a link to your post.
Don’t forget to link back to the Stash Bash so others can find us and get encouraged too.
Fair enough?   

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