Are you the type of craft person who has all your ideas piled up on their desk, strewn about on the floor, and tacked to the wall (or ceiling) around them? Or are you the type of person who has everything neatly organized by category in neat little boxes in the corner of your craft room?
I’m going to raise my hand and say I have a bit of the first in me, though I would much rather see all of the second in my craft room.
Let me make an argument for organization today. Organization and categorization are two very important ideas, especially if you want to take your crafting from hobby to business.
Why are they so important? The difference between your hobby and your business are one of time and precision. Your hobby you do in your spare time. Your business you work at, daily, in order to grow and thrive.
Your hobby you do when the moment, the thought, strikes you. Your business you set about with intentionality, working daily on the various aspects or threads of it, so you can weave together a collective whole and present it to a customer.
For this hobby to become a business you surely will need organization and categorization. There is no if, when, or but about it.
Read today’s article about becoming a bit more organized in the intentionality of your crafting, and continue to press on in the development of your business.
Read the full article here: My Antique Drawer Craft Storage System