At 10:43 pm last night, I was seconds away from complete mental breakdown. So close to finishing up my packaging for the season, and everything was going wrong. There were three separate landslides: a fabric avalanche, a shipping box avalanche, and I accidentally tipped over a miniature container and 144 plastic pumpkins went flying through the air (almost as if it were snowing. Snowing point-ended cupcake toppers, that is.) I had just finished the last strawberry scented sachet set, and the whole house smelled like the eraser section at Sanrio. (Which may sound fun at first, but after a while, that candy-strawberry smell makes me just really nauseous.) It was not a pretty sight, people. I did the only thing I could think of: I stopped everything I was doing and made cupcake liner flowers, from the how-to by Miss Martha. I didn't have a reason, or a purpose for making them. It only took 15 minutes, but somehow it grounded me. I was able to relax, regroup and return to my work. I was saved from crafting....by crafting. You figure that one out.