If you wait for perfection, you’ll likely never finish anything. Whatever you do with your hands, give it your best, but don’t weigh yourself down with guilt because it’s not perfect. In other words, don’t let minor imperfections keep you from being a blessing to others. God is good at making beautiful things come out of our imperfections. Therefore, share your talents, and let God handle the results.
It’s when we try to make improvements that we often interfere with God’s work. That minor imperfection could be what someone needs to see to realize they aren’t alone in this world. What you see as ugly could be beautiful to someone else; but if you let your insecurities control the situation, that person may miss what God wants to show them through your example. Likewise, you will fail to see what God wants to show you through that person.
I’m not saying you shouldn’t work towards perfection. It’s not wrong to set high goals for yourself. What I’m simply saying is, be realistic about it. It’s not about showing the world how perfect you could be, but about letting people know how perfect Christ is. It’s not about making a name for yourself, but about magnifying the name of Jesus. Do that, and God will use you in mighty ways!