Thursday, March 15, 2012

21 Signs that you are addicted to paper crafting

  1. You have numerous bottles of Stickles and backups for your favorites (Stardust!).
  2. You have looked at quilted toilet paper and thought "Hmm...that would be a cool embossing folder pattern".
  3. You save buttons from all old clothes you are throwing out.
  4. You have some paper you will never use because "it is just too pretty".
  5. You have your favorite local craft store phone number saved in your contacts list.
  6. You have no idea what Tim Holtz looks like but you imagine him as George Clooney with distress ink in one hand and kraft paper in the other.
  7. You start making Christmas cards in February.
  8. You hope you never have to move because your crafting room would take way too long to pack.
  9. On Sunday mornings you have woken to a "crafting hangover".
  10. You have not walked into a Hallmark store in years.
  11. Although you are sad that Desperate Housewives is ending, you are looking forward to that extra hour of craft time each week.
  12. You have jokingly used the phrase "You can never have too much glitter" but question whether that isn't really true.
  13. You always carry a 40% off coupon from Michaels in your purse.
  14. You have three paper trimmers: a large and a small trimmer for your craft room and then a folding one for your MCU.
  15. You refer to your mobile crafting unit as an MCU.
  16. Martha Stewart punches: you have ten different lace sets in your craft room and three on your wish list.
  17. Sometimes you just take an hour to run different paper through all of your embossing folders.
  18. You pass on going out for lunch because you are saving for "that new Spellbinders Nestabilities".
  19. You wish you had a pair of carpenter pants so that you can holster your tape gun.
  20. You refer to the excitement of finding Cosmo Cricket paper in clearance as having a "craft-gasm".
  21. You need to have a membership at the local sewing supply store in order to keep your ribbon costs down.

5 comments:

  1. I should pin this on my wall! Awesome Kathy Jo!

    Debbie
    ^..^

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  2. This is awesome! I think we can all relate... lol :)

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  3. This is too cute. Numbers 8, 13 and 18 definitely applies to me.

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    1. LOL. Excellent! So glad you can relate...was hoping I was not the only one who thought and did those things. :)

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