Originally Posted by lylacfey
I will never yard sale, lol. I have horrible childhood memories of yard sales. My parents held them professionally. I have been thoroughly traumatized, ROFL.
Thank you for the wishes.
My DH is still deciding what to do about home situations. He's big into real estate. I am big into minimalism. Give me a Tumbleweed house and I can make it into a stylish haven.
I am quick at decisions but he's the one who takes ten minutes to order ice cream and then chooses chocolate, lol. Even our friends tease us about it. They will ask if I decided on something. I will tell them no, still thinking about it. Then they will say "So, he hasn't decided yet?" ROFL! That is exactly it.
He uses my die cutter's too. I pack one up and it's out again, lol. I have been guilty of it a time or two like those darn bookmarks. Then I found several errors in two of the files. That bookmark idea went out the window, lol. I like my Cameo right now. I love my Xacto knife. I love fussy cutting over all the cutting methods out right now. I find it relaxing. I spent three hours fussy cutting out images last night. My home was quiet. It was me and my fussy cutting. Oh, my fat cat knocking everything off the desk. That was not very relaxing, lol.
If you never sell anything , you must have quite a stash!! I am not a fan of having a yard sale but I will sell online certain things. Clothes I usually take to Goodwill.
I tossed the idea again of getting a Cameo in addition to my Cricut, but right now I am having a blast with my new CTMH Art Philosophy and soon to arrive Ultimate Creative Cartridge.
I use the card bases a lot and can still do my stamping and coloring of choice. I will still get the CTMH Artiste and then that will be it. That will give me a really good selection.
There is a woman here in IL. that assembles scenery or landscape pictures using very small paper cuts , you would probably love her work. She sells her framed work in artist galleries. My mother bought one and it is a favorite. Enjoy your art.
I can relate to minimal way of life. Simple is better for me , just make sure I have an area for my creativities.