Honestly, it depends on what it is and what else is going on.
I have a similar but different situation, in 2 different ways...
My "craft" is making soap and other bath products, so I do end up making a lot of the same thing over & over. On the other hand, we're constantly coming up with new products & recipes too, and that's always fun.
So my example would be, say with our shampoo, which is really popular but somewhat time-intensive and because those bars are bigger than normal, we don't get as many out of one mold. So to make those over & over can elicit a sigh from me and make me tired, even though I love that they're popular and I do want to keep making and selling them.
On the other hand, our Purity soap, a basic Castile, is really boring to make, with only 3 ingredients, but it's also fast & easy. So when they're going and we need to constantly make more (it's also popular), it doesn't make me feel as tired thinking about it.
And then I'm also a face painter...
Now, I get birthday parties where every single kid wants to be a pink butterfly with no deviation and I hate that. It makes me bored and tired.
On the other hand, when I'm at a huge event with limited time and I need to really move fast, I'm ecstatic when every single girl wants to be a pink butterfly; I can knock those out in 90 seconds. At those events, I can dread the "can I be a hamster?" requests.