Recently I have divested:
- nearly a hundred books;
- twenty completed bead necklace sets;
- two ballroom performance/competition dresses;
- five variously-full gallon cans of interior house paint;
- a five-gallon bucket packed full of various spackles, caulks, wall compounds, etc and associated tools;
- a paint tray packed full of sandpapers, rollers, etc; and
- a box full of paint brushes and more associated tools.
The usual attrition and "replacement" sort of decluttering (such as swapping out three old pairs of work-appropriate shoes in favor of three new pairs) I can't really count as Net Loss of Stuff, though it certainly qualifies on the "sparks joy" front. (New shoes!)
The interior-decorating material all went out quite recently, in aid of a pair of friends who were moving, at short notice and on a limited budget, into a house greatly in need of cosmetic improvements. We have not done any work with these tools for years and it was high time for it all to go (fingers crossed that our storage measures were successful and the material is still useful).
I did keep my favorite paint and two good brushes. Mr. P is planning to head up to SF around Labor Day, which seems like a good opportunity for me to re-paint a wall or two, while I'm in the mood.