|Easter tags from A Joyful Life|
|Pottery from Mud of the Ages|
Organization is key for Rain of ReMaine Wicked. "The first thing I do to remove crafter's block, is I write a list of all of my unfinished projects. Generally this will inspire me to finish at least one, if not more. If this doesn't do the trick, I gather up all of my 'like' fabric scraps. For example, all my t- shirt scraps or all of my wool scraps, etc. Then I sew them into basically a patch work quilt. This new fabric is the basis of lots of my projects. Once I have a large enough piece, it generally tells me what it should be. If it has no voice yet, I start on a new scrap fabric piece."
|Bracelet from Coastal Maine Creation|
|Scrabble Magnets from Littleputland|
Angela from Sapphire Lily Gifts shares her secret of keeping crafter's block at a minimum. "My creative flow can be finicky; sometimes I have more ideas than I can keep up with, other times I draw a complete blank. I have learned to carry a little notebook everywhere with me so I can write down or illustrate the ideas as they pop into my head, when I have crafters block I can refer back to my notebook to see what I have or have forgotten about."