Thursday, July 10, 2014

Decluttering your Papercrafting Supplies - Day Twenty

Hello!  I"m back from my vacation so it's time to continue on with our decluttering!  Today let's talk about your deep dark secret.  Yes, I know about that.  It's the papercrafting supplies that noone knows you still have.  Let me tell you about mine.  Back when scrapbooking was at the highest heights, paper dolls were very popular and I loved a particular brand by Stamping Station called Stick Kids.  They looked like this:

They came in kits and I really made them a lot, so much so that I sold completed dolls at scrapbook stores and on ebay.  I love these kids, I used them on so many pages but, alas, paper dolls went out of style and noone wanted them anymore.  The company stopped making them and I just haven't been able to give up all of my kits because I know I can never get them again.

What I want to know is, what are your Stick Kids?  What product have you been holding onto tightly that you KNOW you NEED to give up because they are taking SO MUCH of your physical space, or, if not that, your mental space.  It's time to give it up and put that in your giveaway container or even the garbage. Before you do though, let me in on your little secret.  What is that product that you've been hiding away in hopes I wouldn't mention it on my posts?  Post here or on my facebook pages and one of you will win a little gift from me!  (All comments here do get screened so if you don't see your post come up immediately, just have patience).


  1. My entire crafting room is a deep dark secret! Thanks for this series - you've helped me re-think lots of the things I've been holding onto. I think stickers are my dark secret - lots and lots of stickers that I will probably never use but bought with the best of intentions.

  2. Old scrapbooking magazines and catalogs from Creative Memories & Close to My Heart that I hang onto for ideas. And I don't look back at them all that often...time to purge! Thanks for the inspiration!!!

    1. Mel, I did a post on that early in the thirty days.