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Cleaning out crafts

Posted by minnie_tx (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 15, 08 at 11:41

A while back I mentioned that I was going to clean out my craft room. It is almost all gone now. I saved some basic tools/supplies and my crocheting. Some lady who was at my yard sale this past weekend said she was buying something (whatever it was ) for the summer Bible class to do and mentioned she also worked with sveral boy scout troops. I asked her if she would ,like what I had in craft materials and supplies and she said yes.

Yesterday she, her DIL and son each came with their cars (He had his truck) and they picked this stuff up. She will never have to buy anything for crafts again!!
If I decide to do a craft again I'll just go buy what I need. I'm not really finished in the craft room a lot more to do

Here is a link that might be useful: Craft Room purge 1

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Here is a link that might be useful: Crafte room purge view 2

RE: Cleaning out crafts

Minnie, you are a delight and wonderful to share your craft room pictures!!
Congratulations on getting stuff out!

I know how happy you are to have all that excess gone! Isn't it strange how we accumulate so much and how many projects we plan to do but either never finish or in some cases don't even start?


RE: Cleaning out crafts

Rhonda you wouldn't believe how much Halloween and Fall decor I'm unloading. I'm having a sale this weekend and I doubt if it will sell much but I'll try and then all to Salvation Army

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