- Use the paper I have without buying more until 2021
- Limit my paper craft purchases to $50 – $100 over the next four months
- Create. Create. and Create some more
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How was Week 2 for me? Did I use all my paper?
Not even close!
While I didn’t use all my paper, I did use lots of strips of pretty papers which had been collecting, and some old copy and notebook paper, some glue sticks. It was a beautiful day, so I headed to my screened porch for some serious stash bashing.
Scroll down to learn more about making these – isn’t this pretty? But, as Billy Mays would have said, “That’s not all!”
And the strips became sheets, and the sheets became cards. The cards will become gifts to a nursing home which will become smiles.
#StashBashChallenge Week 2 Numbers
*total of layouts made since the beginning of the #StashBashChallenge on 09/01/2020; **total of cards made since the beginning of the #StashBashChallenge on 09/01/2020.
Except for black and white card stock I need for work on FUNN University and for card bases, I have given myself a $50 – $100 budget from September 1st to December 31st, 2020.
Haven’t used any of my $50 – $100. In the “old days” of last winter, I would have spent that much a month.
My Take Away So Far
Stash: Didn’t make a dent in my supplies
Limiting Purchases: I am loving what I have in my shelves and enjoying them!
Using What I Have: I’ll be giving these cards to a senior home, and I know I will love that moment when I hand off kindness instead of keeping it to myself.
This is FUNN! Thanks for visiting, and I hope you will try some strip cards like these and give them to some friends you don’t know.