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Do you find it difficult to organize your crafting projects? I do. I have sewing projects, Cricut projects, shirts, onesies, tumblers... I enjoy being busy but it's easy to become unproductive while working on so many things. I often end up with sticky notes here and there, one order written in my notebook while I have several other orders on sheets of paper in my purse, on the back of a receipt, and so on. I thrive on structure and organization. So I made myself a project board to help me keep my work in front of me. I re-used one of my white dry erase boards and added rows and columns to help me track what I have pending. As I have orders come in, I simply write them in the appropriate columns along with a due date. I've been using this system for a couple of months now and I have to say it's been great with helping me stay on task.
Here's a list of supplies I used to make my board:
You may want to do something similar. If so, you are welcome to use the project file I created in Cricut Design Space found here. Feel free to tweak it and save as you'd like.
I'm Naomi and I've been crafting since I was 5 years old. My mom taught me and my sisters lots of practical yet enjoyable sewing and crafting skills and I'm happy to share that knowledge with you.