how about now!…
Happy Stamp y Mama
has joined us!
I have most of my house is impossible. My new years goal was to “get my house in order”…. where to start. where the rubber hits the road… the kitchen. I plan on having every cubic inch Cleared, Culled & Cleaned My three C’s starting in the south corner which is the pantry and working around the entire room. Very mythodicaly and loosing about one out of ever seven items. we shall see. A bit of every thing. I love this kind of challange. I really want my craft room done, but that just seems to big at first… I will be gone for two weeks… A 25 year anniversary Cruise so I will be gone woo hoo!!! However I hope to get back with a drive and ennergy to start fresh and get on with life… How exciting!! on
Kelly over at Eclectically Vintage is in the process of conquering her basement (check it out)
Linda over at it all started with paint has tons of updates!
Stacey at A Sort of FairyTale has a little purse update…
and Kari from Thistlewood has some news on her challenge…
WOW…that’s a lot of information! Hope I am not overwhelming you all but I promised an update! See you next Monday again with yet another step to the Impossible!
dare to imagine…
Sending Hugs and I will see you tomorrow!
I just sent a blogger a link to your “meatless mondays!” This post is wonderful! Great to see so many people participating!
Dawnll - Dawn's Craft Place says
Oh my word so many people !
It feels so good to get so many things cleaned out-I still need to tackle categorizing but taking care of small things gives me lots of fulfillment.
I LOVE,LOVE the jars of goodies, My home would love all those supplies…lol
Stacey@A Sort Of Fairytale says
Awesome update, Andrea! Your jars are full of such pretties!! I’ll be checking out some of the participants progress too, thanks for their links as well!
Posy and Co. says
Of course we can handle having you twice in one day! Fantastic jars, Andrea! So colourful and organized in all their lovliness. You ladies are inspiring me to push back away from the computer and actually get some projects done! Much love, Lisa
Brianna Willis says
The jars filled with cabochons are so pretty. They make me want to come up with a craft just for those! I can’t wait to see the whole shebang all organized. I keep meaning to do something similar with my craft supplies, of course I probably have a tenth of the things you have to keep on hand for your shops.
I don’t use blogger (except for comments) so if you want to see my follow along with the challenge you can check it out here http://realmountainvalues.com/2012/01/16/couch-crafts-hand-sewing-doll-clothes-from-scraps/
I’m trying to come up with stuff to do from a couch while I am laid up until the birth of my second child.
I have joined the Impossibilities Challenge and featured it on my blog post today! Looking forward to seeing all the projects. As dedicated as this is helping me be, there should be a challenge every month! Thanks.
Karah @ thespacebetweenblog says
Awesome post Andrea! We used one of the same Imagine photos…great minds. I need to get crackin’ on my gallery wall. I kinda wish I was helping with your project, I love that kind of stuff. Can’t wait to see it all come together!
I love putting stuff into mason jars- that’s how I store all my markers. The colors all look so pretty through the glass. Can’t wait to see more of your progress!
Eclectically Vintage says
Oh I love all those pretty little mason jars filled with colorful eye candy! I know it will look super amazing – can’t wait to see! Love how you posted everyone’s impossible – next week I will do the same!
I’m excited to see the progress you’ve made already. Mason jars full of pretties is the best kind of storage cause it serves as decor as well!
I’ve posted about this challenge here: http://ajaire.blogspot.com/2012/01/imagine-possibilities.html
No progress so far (just joined yesterday), but I’m up for the challenge!
Your crafting bits are looking so pretty. I can just imagine them all lined up on a pretty lace lined shelf. You will have it all looking as pretty as can be in no time Andrea ! It’s great to see so many people being inspired to complete or start a new project. Blowing you a kiss across the Pacific. Thankyou for the mention, hopefully by next week I will have news on my progress x
You all are inspirational and have made me (not by force) evaluate my possibilities. Here is my post…I started by joining an E-Class!!
Can’t wait to see those colorful jars on the shelves of your finished project! Thanks for the great inspiration for me to tackle my pantry in a way I never imagined. So excited to share and to see everyone’s work!
Check out the pantry so far….
I am impressed! There’s something about orderliness via canning jars that makes me feel warm and fuzzy. Here is my post for the challenge. http://fingersindirt.blogspot.com/2012/01/imagine-impossibilities-challenge.html
Linda and the hens
Jamie @ The Bullock 5 says
Andrea, love, love love the jars! I have a ton around and started organizing my craft hardware and what nots in them… all lined up they look so great! Can’t wait to see your shelves….
I updated a little on my fireplace here
Fat Dormouse says
Well…I’ve bought my crochet hook and some wool…I suppose that counts as a start!
I’m in on the challenge and I just linked up to your page! http://whimsicalperspective.blogspot.com/2012/01/imagine-impossibilities-challenge.html
I love the jars, I do the same thing! here is my next post on my impossiblities. How do I link up? http://cottage-wishes.blogspot.com/2012/01/true-friend.html
Jen Gilday says
My impossible challenge is done!
Check it out here….