Hello everyone! Happy 2020!
I hope that you all had wonderful holiday seasons and enjoyed whatever you celebrate. We are easing back into the New Year with a shorter post about what you can be expecting from me this year.
In November of this year, I will be getting married so you can be expecting quite a few wedding related crafts coming your way. If that is not your thing, I totally get it, but just be warned. Some bigger projects I know I will be doing blog posts on is wedding favors and centerpieces, and I may also be doing a post about bouquets as I am making mine (with the help of my crafty mother) out of fake flowers. Other projects may pop up that I decide to do posts on as well, but these are the bigger ones that you can be expecting.
I also am going to make an effort to try and do more videos this year. I know I said that last year and it never really came to fruition, but I am going to make an effort to come out of my comfort zone a little more and make the PPP a little more interactive.
I also wanted to share some of the goals that I personally have this year for my craftiness. I have come to realize that I am not a big person for huge New Year’s resolutions as I find them daunting and more stressful than helpful, but I do have some smaller things I want to work on in my crafty life this year.
1. Keep my craft area clean. I was much better about this in the latter part of 2019 and would love to continue this into 2020.
2. Use my craft space more. This ties in with Number 1. I have a nice craft space that I am actively working to keep cleaner and more organized so I need to utilize it better and more often.
3. Have crafty days with some friends. I have a few friends from work that enjoy crafting like I do and we have been wanting to get together for a craft day so I want to make that happen several times over in the New Year.
Thank you all for checking in every other week and reading the blog and I hope that you are excited for what I have coming in this year!
What crafty plans does everyone else have for the upcoming year? Leave it in the comments below!
I am a 27-year-old crafter and baker from New Hampshire!