Don’t get me wrong, I love fall. Fall is glorious. Fall is chilly mornings and crisp afternoons and bright leaves and yummy food. But right after fall comes winter. Winter with its frigid nights and icy roads and 4pm sunsets. And that can be kind of rough.
Every year I fill my windows with paper stars to make the most of what little light there is. And every year I show you a few of them and staunchly refuse to teach you how to make them.
But this year…this year that changes.
Because this year there are enough folks on patreon that the whole vibe has changed.
This year, it’s not ‘desperately carve out enough time from an overfull schedule to cram a bunch of work stuff (ahem, explaining how to do things) onto your fun project (folding paper stars) and then give all that work away for free.’ This year it’s ‘there are enough folks on patreon that you have a little more room to breathe, so you’ve got plenty of time to do the bit you love (folding paper stars) and then just do a little bit of work stuff around the edges (explaining how to do it), and put it up for patrons.’
And to be frank, this is EXACTLY the vibe shift I was hoping patreon would allow for. And wow is it lovely to know it’s working!
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