Well, don't you think you're pretty cool? I've always felt on the cusp of cool, except at Girl's camp. I was ultra cool at camp. I think that's why everyone loves girls camp. No shortage of cool in the woods. Also, now that I'm grown up I feel like cool just comes with the territory. When I have kids, I will be sure to embarrass them as much as humanly possible. I'm that cool.
My favorite Girls camp projects
1. Pet rock
2. Pick up lines to the lifeguard
3. Infinitesimal possibilities
Make a mansion
1. Have a dream- What excited you about this project in the first place?
2. Plan it out- On paper, put pins in your sewing, and sketch the general idea
3. Details- The more details you include, the closer people will look at the final product
4. Incorporate a fetish- Put something on there you love. That'll bring in your personal passion. Plus, you know what cool whateveryoulike's look like. Don't you?
5. Give it time- Nothing cool is made in an hour. If you know of anything, you let me know. I need some cool projects that take little/no effort. It's like those girls selling boondoggle at our last apartment complex- if it took you 10 minutes to make, it would take me the same amount of time.
6. Don't get carried away- Sometimes it's good to stop fiddling with your project and just look at it. If it's looking pretty good already, you don't want to overdo it. Get a second opinion if needed.
7. Would you buy it? Sorry boondogglers- unless it's outrageously cool, I probably will wait until my unborn children go to camp and get some for free.
8. Practice- The more you try, the better you will get. However, you mustn't get too frustrated if you're still not an expert after much practice.
9. Presentation- Just because you made something cool, doesn't mean you are finished. If you wish to display your new craft/treasure, put it in a spot people can study it.
10. Crafty crafters craft crafty crafts- That's about all you can handle right now.
Tune in next time.