Want to learn how to declutter craft supplies and get the making space of your dreams?
Nobody buys craft supplies thinking, that’s going to look amazing in the bottom of my closet for the next 10 years.
And yet, that’s often what happens when we buy things without a clear vision of how we want to use them. Even with the best of intentions, a lot of things we buy don’t get used.
When Stash Becomes Clutter
Think about the last time you wanted to make a project, or when your child asked you for a specific supply they needed to make something they wanted to make.
Did you immediately panic because you knew you had the thing but you didn’t know where it was?
Did you have to spend precious minutes you could have been making to find whatever the thing was?
Did you end up giving up and going to the store to buy something you knew was already in your house somewhere?
We’ve all been there.
(OK, I’m sure there are people who don’t have messy stashes, but I don’t know any of them.)
You’ve moved beyond a stash, a treasure trove of crafty ideas waiting to happen, to a cluttered mess weighing you down.
You’re missing the stress relief aspect of creating because you’re stressed out by the clutter.
I can help with that.
How to Declutter Craft Supplies
I’ve written a guide all about how to declutter your craft supplies and create the craft space you’ve always wanted. In it we’ll:
- talk about why it’s hard to get rid of craft supplies, in a way most people who write books about decluttering and minimalism don’t understand
- envision what your ideal space looks like
- plan exactly how to get the decluttering done
We’ll look at specific categories of craft supplies and I’ll help you through making choices of what to keep and what to toss. Specifically:
- books and magazines
- yarn and fabric
- paper and related supplies
- paint and drawing supplies
- notions and other supplies
Even if your specific craft isn’t covered, these guiding questions will help you declutter craft supplies no matter what you have too much of.
This helpful, totally doable guide is nearly 50 pages long, and you can grab it today for just $10.
Keeping a Good Thing Going
In addition to guiding you through the process of decluttering your craft supplies, I also talk about where to donate things you don’t want to keep so they will actually get used, how to organize your space now that it’s decluttered and offer tips for keeping the stash at bay in the future.
There are even craft breaks to celebrate a job well started and to help you keep your vision of an ideal craft space for you in mind.
Whether you have a dedicated craft room, a supply closet you’re afraid to open or a stack of supplies in the corner of the dining room, this guide will help you decluter craft supplies and make a fresh start.
When your supplies are decluttered and organized, you will feel more creative and you will want to make more with what you have.
I’m so excited to share this information with you! I want everyone to know how to create the creative space they want so they can spend more time making and less time dealing with clutter.