10 Steps Every Crafter Goes Through

Truth time.  I know it is not just me.  Every one goes through a bit of self doubt halfway through their project and then someone is able to rally through and come out the other side!  Today I am sharing the 10 Steps Every Crafter Goes Through… tell me if you have felt similarly at some point!

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Step 1:
You come up with the most brilliant idea.

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Step 2:
You head out to go purchase the supplies.

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Step 3 :
You get even more excited as the supplies are better than you could have ever dreamed of.

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Step 4 :
You excitedly get started crafting.

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Step 5 :
 Suddenly things go badly, so very quickly.

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Step 6 :
You hate this brilliant idea and almost throw it in the trashcan.

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Step 7  :
You step away to gain some perspective.

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Step 8 :
You realize you left the hot glue gun on and come back to turn it off… but suddenly you see your craft and have fresh eyes.

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Step 9 :
Everything makes sense again in the world.  Glue is flying.  Glitter is sparkling…

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Step 10 :
 Your finished product looks like a masterpiece… or close enough to a masterpiece!  It. Is. Finished.

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HA. Can you relate??

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7 thoughts on “10 Steps Every Crafter Goes Through

  1. The only thing for me you forgot is that I’m still frustrated when I unplug the glue gun and the project sits for a few days. Then I find something else to get excited about and get/gather the supplies for it. Start it; get frustrated; go back to the other project; get re-frustrated; and now my situation is compounded by more stuff that isn’t working out.
    It seems that I never get anything done when it comes to crafting. 🙁

    1. Oh noooo! Sometimes you do need a few days before you can fully see a project through. Keep at it, Maureen!! xo

  2. Haha YES! This describes my crafting process to a T. Even the part about leaving the glue gun plugged in (how did you know??). I might even add some alcohol consumption in there if it’s a really bad crafting day, lol. But I wouldn’t stop crafting for the world, it always turns out worth it!! xoxo

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