I recently made an estate purchase that left me with mixed emotions. A mother of three had passed away several years ago, and her son was ready to part with her supplies. It was a reminder of how difficult it can be for families to let go of their loved ones' belongings. However, it was also a joy to see that her creative legacy would live on through the items she left behind.
As a creator myself, it was rewarding to have access to such a vast collection of supplies. It was a lot of work, but well worth it. The process took two trips, but I was able to find some unique items that I can't wait to share with you in the store.
As you sift through the boxes, you feel a deep sense of admiration for the woman who had owned them. Each item seemed to hold a story, a memory, or a moment of creativity that had been lovingly preserved.
It was clear that this mom had poured her heart and soul into her creative pursuits, and we feel incredibly honored to be able to give her supplies a new home. As we continue to incorporate her items into our inventory, we are grateful for the glimpse into this woman's life and the legacy she has left behind.
It's important to remember that when we purchase estate items, we are not just acquiring objects, but also the stories and memories that come with them. It's a privilege to be able to continue those legacies and honor the lives of those who came before us.