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Old 08-25-2009, 07:38 AM   #1
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Default How long could you maintain spending $150 per week on stamp stuff?

I'm just curious, this would be $600 per month in 4 week months. Do you think you could spend that much indefinitely or that you would run out of things that you wanted to buy?

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Old 08-25-2009, 07:48 AM   #2
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I'd never run out of things I want, but I'd sure run out of room to store it all!
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I'd never run out of things I want, but I'd sure run out of room to store it all!
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I think that after a month or two I would run out of things to get, because I already have alot of supplies and stamps already.
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well at least half would be to expand storage at first. But I usually have a hard time spending $150 a month, let alone a week.
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Are you kidding?? I could never find enough to buy, after the first month or two. Because I am not an impluse shopper I rarely get what I don't need. And I have a lot of supplies now.
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I would run out of things to buy that were worthwhile and that I would actually use.
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ditto for me...but it would take awhile.....let me try and see.....


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I make cards for seniors so eventually I would end up buying all consumables (paper, ink, envelopes, embellishments) but I think I could spend it as long as I had the time to make the cards! (ie as long as my kids keep napping at the same time each day!!)
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After the first month or so, it would take away half the fun of shopping! A big part of the enjoyment I get from shopping for my stamping stuff is comparing this stamp set to that, this company to that, which will I use more, which is the better bargain.

I have no doubts that I could spend it, but I honestly think I'd be LESS happy with my end purchases than I am now
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Well, that sure would be fun. I think it would be a challenge I could live with. The storage was the first thing I thought of as well. I'm already at the point of REALLY needing to use things up because I am running out of room.
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It would be fun for a while.

I would buy everything from SU! that I wanted plus a lot of CS and DSP. Then I would start looking at the CTMH stuff because they have some cute sets. After the SU! stuff, though, I'd have to start buying storage units and even setting some money aside to remodel the garage into my "stamping cave."
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I think I could handle it for QUITE a while. There is always some new tool that I want. And my SU list seems to grow when I order, not diminish.

I also love CTMH but don't buy because it's not in the budget; with a budget like that, there'd be room for it!

And then there is always at least $150 of PTI that I want each
month.

And Flourishes

And Unity

And LSS spending

And Cricut cartridges

And those World's Best Scrapbook Storage triple units.

And.....and.....and.....

Yeah, that could go on for a LOOOONG time.
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I think I could do it for at least a few months. I think part of my problem with creating right now is I do not have a ton of paper, so I know I would start there. Then there is my long list from SU, MFT, etc. It could be a very fun challenge.
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I am just imagining the huge room that a scrapper with this budget would have! I think it would have to have it's own bathroom and food delivery service because I would never leave!
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This one. I'm kind of already there. I can find things...but I just don't have time to use them all!
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Oh my goodness, when I first read your question, Erin, I thought it said "per month!"

I would not last long at $150 per week. I'd have to spend a lot of stamping time online shopping, and I'd end up purchasing things I either wouldn't use very much or would get lost in the shuffle and I'd forget I have them. I try my best to avoid doing that now on much less $ per month.

I don't know ~ even if I had a larger studio, I'd be hard-pressed to just keep buying and buying and buying.
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If I had to spend that much a month, I'd never have time to use what I bought. But I could last for a couple of months. Like the others said - storage would be my main purchase.
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Well first I would pay someone to come and clean and cook so I could find ALL the time in the world to do my paper crafting so I guess YES I could and would use all $600 a month indefinitely for paper crafting. LOL!!!!
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Fun question huh? I like reading everyones take on it It's fun to fantasize

I think I could maintain for 4 or 5 months, maybe less, then cut down to $100 or less per week. Maybe that's because I am always drooling over new releases from my favorite companies...Sometimes I wish they would take a break lol

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I could spend that indefinitely. No doubts about THAT. I'd stick to clear stamps only, so storage would not be much of a problem (at first).
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Gee, my limit is 175 per month. I would be an awesome amount to spend per week. I'd be able to go about 4000 to get all on my wish list in the current SU catty, let alone storage stuffs for my room....
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Yeah, like others, I could do this for quite awhile. I imagine there would come a time, however, that I'd end up with everything, and it would be a chore to have to spend that much. I'd like to try though!
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yep - not to mention going bankrupt!
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It is an interesting question ... especially since what I have found is I go in spurts. I'll by stuff left and right for awhile, and then hit a point where nothing interests me as much for awhile. But before long, I'm ready to buy new goodies again!
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I'd save that money per month and then after a year be able to do a total craft room makeover that would include furniture, flooring, lighting, more outlets, and maybe even a sink!
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Yep. Same here. I already have tons of stuff and not enough time to use it all! Now, when I was first starting out, it would have taken me quite a while to get to that point, but since I've been stamping for many years, I've already reached it!
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Did anybody find a store that sells extra hours in a day so we'd have more stamping time? I'd spend a chunk of my $600 budget there

My DH often says I do my best stuff when I have an element of "making do" going on rather than having a constant stream of stuff or exactly the "right" thing on hand all the time so I'd worry my creativity would take a hike if I had that kind of budget. Might be fun to try for a while though, huh?
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It's too much for me- I've spent t$150 in 6 months. Too much stuff is overwhelming and really gets in the way of creativity. Plus, while I would like the Big Shot, the nesties, the copics, the other stamp companies- i know i wouldn't use it enough to justify the expense.

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I couldn't do it. If I were new to this and didn't have a lot of things I probably could but I already have all the SU inks, memento inks, versamagic ink, brilliance inks. . .pti inks. . .plus all the cardstock my heart desires. I have tons of stamps that still aren't totally inky and embellishments galore.

Sometimes too much is not a good thing since it stifles me and I don't know where to start.
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Well, at first new furniture/storage would take up $$$$$. After that give me two/three months and I'd have everything I need!
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Hmm. $600 per month x 12 months per year = $7,200 per year. Nope. I couldn't/wouldn't spend that much money on any hobby. With that dollar amount, my mind is thinking new furniture, new appliances, remodeling portions of the house, an automobile, college tuition, feeding the hungry programs, donations to other needy charity organizations, etc.
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I dont know how long I could do it for, but I'd love to try and find out!!!! Can someone wire the money to me?
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My DH often says I do my best stuff when I have an element of "making do" going on rather than having a constant stream of stuff or exactly the "right" thing on hand all the time so I'd worry my creativity would take a hike if I had that kind of budget. Might be fun to try for a while though, huh?
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Ditto that! My conscience would prevent me from spending that much money on myself.
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I am thinking that I could spend that much for quite awhile. I wouldn't have room for everything, but I could add a storage shed out back! Then, if I can't spend it on other things, I would spend it on supplies for other people.

Wouldn't it be fun, just once, to walk in a store and buy whatever you want-without going into debt?! Thanks for the moment of suspending reality!
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I couldn't do it. After 15+ years of stamping, I can now go into the LSS, Michaels, Hobby Lobby and Joanns and walk out without spending any money. (And that is with having MAD MONEY just burning a hole in my pocket.)
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I would assume that if I had that much to spend on stamping, everything else would be in place (life's necessities, furniture, bills, storage, etc.), so #@!! YEAH, I could do it. Even though I have the basics (inks, tools, etc.) and enough cs/paper to last me for awhile, there are TONS of things still out there. I could spend $500-1000 an A Muse stamps alone. Plus, I'd be able to buy some of those outrageously priced retired SU stamps on Ebay. So, now all I need to do is win the lottery to make this dream a reality.
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Nope couldn't do it. I have too much already. I do have a couple of cricut cartridges that I want but nothing stamp worthy.
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I may not run out of ideas but i'd sure run out of money!!
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