August 02, 2022

Mitch Craftaholic: Craft Your Stress Away

August 1st feels like a fresh start so I'm super excited to start "MITCH CRAFTAHOLIC". 


Two years ago, my husband gifted me a Cricut Maker so it was a go signal for me to go back to crafting. I did not dive in right away because at that time, I was into designing graphics and I even open my ETSY shop. But I stopped listing my products on ETSY because I realized that I don’t have enough time and I’m not always in the mood to design new products.  

So last year, I slowly shifted my focus to crafting because I wanted to explore my Cricut Maker and I wanted to give justice to my crafting tools, crafting supplies, and digital products that I’ve hoarded for the past two years. Sayang naman ang pera kung nakatago lang sila. 

Crafting is one of the few reasons why I survived the global pandemic. It is quite challenging to stay in the house when deep inside, I wanted to travel again. But when I started crafting, I don’t feel bored because I have so many projects that I want to do. In fact, I miss it when we went to Norway because, for three months, I was not able to do some projects. 

So now that I’m back, my crafting continues. Actually, I've done a lot of craft projects already but I haven’t blogged or posted them. That is the reason my I created Mitch Craftaholic so I have a space where I can put my craft projects. If you are into DIY and Crafts, please follow me on Instagram and Facebook. :)

"Craft your stress away"



Why Mitch Craftaholic? 

It took me a long time to create a username because most of the names that I like are already taken. It was supposed to be Mitch Craft kaso parang Witchcraft ang dating so good thing Mitch Craftaholic is not yet taken. 


Craftaholic is a person who is very fond of crafting. And I considered myself a craftaholic because I like DIY projects and I also like trying new skills related to crafts. If you're reading this blog for the past few years, you knew that I’ve tried crocheting, sewing, and designing; and now I’m into cutting using Cricut Maker.

P.S. I'm supposed to post this yesterday but I forgot. :)

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