It was the Summer of 2017 and you were ready to party and “get lit” as the cool kids say. You were ready for them to “catch you outside,” but for some reason, no one was interested. That was so odd, seeing as you’re one of the coolest cats to ever exist. So, Summer of 2017 became just like Winter 2017, binging on Netflix with Chinese take-out.
Then came the weekly highlight of eating 2 for $20 at Applebee’s with your friend. While she passive-aggressively mentioned your love-handles, lack of relationship, and the general downward spiral that your life has become, she told you something of use. Her mom was making money online, and she hardly ever had to leave the house. You weren’t listening to much else after that because those chicken strips deserved 100% of your attention. However, you remembered how your friend’s mom made money: Etsy.
So, you made an account, but then you realized you needed to upload your own creations. Why didn’t anyone tell you that you needed skills? Why didn’t your friend speak louder than chicken crunching in your mouth? You had to list out how you could make money, in the easiest way possible.
First, you tried pottery. If Patrick Swayze could do it seductively with cameras all around, you could too. Your creations ended up not looking like pots at all, just like sad boxes of clay. But hey, some weirdos ended up buying them for their collection. That was tiring though, and your hands got too dirty. It didn’t help you woo Demi Moore either, so you quit.
Then you took up jewelry-making, but apparently, the jewelry kits from the Target’s toy section didn’t cut it. No one wanted to pay $60 for your rainbow bracelets with emojis. Cheapskates! Those were collectible! Your decoupage collection sold, though. A mother bought them thinking a child made them. Money is money!
T-shirt-making failed and basket-weaving left your fingers with blisters. You needed something easier. Then you found a rock on the floor that looked cool, and you had the perfect idea. Those started selling out like hotcakes! Turns out, people like rocks if you say they have mystical properties. And who’s to say they don’t? The money in your bank account sure is magical.
But now you have a living room that looks like a church rummage sale. What can you do? Call STORBOX! STORBOX will happily house your surplus of failed, but super-cool crafts. With unit sizes from 5×5 to 10×30 square feet and a moving truck ready to help you with all your crafts, it’s the perfect place. Contact STORBOX at (626) 407-3439 for details.