Tomorrow (technically today!) kicks off the start of The 100 Day Project. I first came across this project a few years ago and have made a few attempts at participating in the past. I think both times I attempted 100 days of completing unfinished projects.
When I sat down to think about whether I wanted to participate this year and what my focus should/could be, I was drawn back to all of the WIPs I’ve started. Given everything that is going on with COVID-19 right now, I figured it was a good year to try and complete the 100 days. Perhaps by the end of the project, things will have gone back to normal (or a fraction thereof) – so, something to focus on.
With my new craft room all set up (I should write a post about that soon) in our new basement, I took some time to catalogue some of the projects I have started, but not finished. Below is a brief overview of where I am going to start with this project – there are so many more beautiful projects waiting to be completed than just these, but I wanted to get started with a smaller chunk, so as to not overwhelm myself.
Below is a highlight of the first few items I am going to be working on for #The100DayProject.
Well those are just a couple of the projects I will be working on this week as part of my #100daysunfinishedprojects challenge.