September 25, 2011

A Week Of Simple Projects!

I've been thinking about all the people who tell me that they always start projects and never finish them. While I usually do pretty well finishing what I start, I don't like to start it if I don't think I can finish it all at once! And with daily schedules (and a four year old) it's hard to come by enough alone time to finish a long project. So I end up not doing anything! The answer to both I think (besides selling our children to the gypsies) is projects that are simple and don't take up much time!  

Soo...

I wanted to tell you guys that next week here will be "Simple Projects" week! A nod to the beginner crafters, young crafters, crafters with short attention spans... 


I like to think that most of the projects on my blog are pretty simple, but this week the ideas will be super simple and super quick! Less than 5 steps, that kind of thing. It should be fun!


I'll start the tutorials on Monday, so be sure to check back daily next week!

Have a lovely, lovely weekend! It's 69 degrees today and a few of the leaves on our backyard tree have started to fall so I'm pretty much in heaven. Bring on the pumpkin candles! :O)

Love,
Disney

18 comments:

  1. This sounds like so much fun! Looking forward to seeing your ideas! Yay for simple crafting! :)

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  2. Simple projects are the best! It amkes you feel really great because you can actually get them done!!! :)

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  3. Oooo! Can't wait!! I also only start projects that i can finish in one evening. I'm not a beginner, I just don't like a challenge ;)

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  4. yay! I'm so excited. I haven't done any crafting because I feel like I don't have the time. I work full time, am finishing my masters, and I'm pregnant which means I have like zero energy... but I long to craft. So excited :)

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  5. Great! I know you'll have some good projects. I need som quick projects for my "lazy days".

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  6. Yay! I'm a big fan of quick projects that can be squeezed in between homwork, chores & the like, and also of easy stuff to be crocheted or stitched whilst I veg out in front of the telly. :)

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  7. Hooray!! I am so excited to start crafting again!! Can't wait! I am guilty of multi incomplete projects!!

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  8. I also like to finish what I start in one sitting, which I'm struggling to overcome. I figure if I don't change that, I will never do anything because my schedule is so busy! I am a fan of quick projects so I can satisfy both sides. :)

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  9. I can't wait! I am the same way, and have a sewing room full of half-done or not started projects because of it.

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  10. Excellent...looking forward to seeing them!

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  11. So excited! I feel the same way about projects. Maybe in forty years I'll have more crafting time- not that I'm trying to wish this time away. I love having my two year old around 99% of the time.

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  12. Thanks for thinking of us beginners ;) I had literally just finished making your no-sew flutter cape and wanted to see your other tutorials when i saw this post. (The cape turned out wonderful btw <3)

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  13. What a great idea! I will be checking in.

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  14. Yay!!! I can't wait. My personal mission, since I've been lurking so long and have never actually TRIED a tutorial:
    Is to do every one of them!!!! Because I have a pretty free week!! Yay!!!

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