Resources: SCRAP

SCRAP is awesome, full stop. Unfortunately, that simple sentence doesn’t really convey what the deal is with SCRAP, so here’s a rundown of the why and how behind SCRAP’s awesomeness. SCRAP stands for Scrounger’s Center for Reusable Art Parts. It’s a 501(c)3 that was founded 

Organizing the Creative Mind

While down at conference, I was absolutely stunned by the sheer number and variety of all the organizers. There are as many different kinds of us as there are stars in the sky. We all have our own personal style, and our own individual quirks, 

Soggy Notes

Lots of behind the scenes work of the non-glamorous kind, with no end of calls. I’m both enjoying the rain and wondering when it will end. We definitely need the water, and come August and September, I’ll look back on these days with longing. No 

Room to Shrink

If you find yourself looking around at your current place and saying it’s too small, examine the amount of storage you have dedicated to items you haven’t touched in a month, 3 months, 6 months, a year. Do you have anything stored that hasn’t been 

I Wanna Be a Cowgirl

March is National Craft Month. There are plenty of times where I come across the remnants of a client’s craft project, started in a burst of enthusiasm only to be stuffed in a box or some random corner once the new project smell has worn 

Stars and Garters

Today involved an educational fieldtrip to SCRAP (Scrounger’s Center for Reusable Art Parts). They’re a gem hidden off of Oakdale and Toland. If you have a project that needs some strange something you may not be able to find in the stores, this is your