The problem with being a crafter is that you tend to accumulate supplies. You decide to try a project, say, painted glass ornaments, and so you buy the paint in twenty different colors. Then you make a bunch of painted ornaments and give them to your friends and family that year at Christmas. You pack up your twenty bottles of paint, all of them still 3/4 full, and figure that you'll make more another time. A few years later, you open a storage bin in the garage and find that half of those bottles of paint have dried into a solid mass, fit only for the trash can.
That is exactly what happened with me and my collection of Liquid Rainbow paints. So I gathered up the ones that were still usable, and the boys and I had an ornament painting party a week into the new year. It was gloppy, messy fun, and it was a novelty for them to do a project with me where I wasn't constantly saying, "Slow down there, you don't need to use a ton of it."
watch her video, and then commit to spending out. I think we might eat dinner tonight on our fine china, which is actually an incomplete dish set that I bought ages ago at a Goodwill. I take it out maybe once a year, because it's beautiful and I don't want to risk breaking it.