Wednesday, October 9, 2013

WOYWW #227

For all those who were curious last week, and came over thanks to WOYWW hostessed by the lovely Julia at Stamping Ground, here's what was in the bags! And the paper stack that was sitting on the desk is fanned out for a little better view. Just for your info, because I am NOT sponsored, here are links with store names of where items were purchased; online at Two Peas In a Bucket and Joann's and Oh! My Crafts and in-stores at Hobby Lobby and Michael's and the Dollar Tree.
Too stinkin' cute, right? :)
The whole reason I had to have this particular paper pad...My dear! ;)
Can't wait to make Mother's Day cards, already and how cute are those owls?! :) Sorry if any shots are blurry, I was trying to get as much into each pic as I could so I wouldn't have to upload a bajillion pics, if you know what I mean! Thanks for stopping by to see what my annual splurge netted and hopefully it will inspire you to save up and take the splash too! (No one sponsors me, but seriously, they should, right?! lol) :) Most of these were super deals, like the paper pad discounted almost 70%, and clearance or discontinued items so if you love something, but can't find it, I am sorry about that, but you can still be happy for me, right? :) Hope everyone has a super fab WOYWW! :)

5 comments:

  1. A very interesting WOYWW. Have a good week! xx Jan 113

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  2. wow girl you sure know how to shop and you have got yourself some really lovely crafting stash there. I can see hours of fun ahead for you please share your makes with us.
    Happy WOYWW and wishing you a great week
    Ria #50

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  3. Goodness you did have a big spend. On Saturday I'm off to the Knit and Stitch Show@ Alexander Palace in London, so will be spending too. Have a lovely time with all your goodies. Francesca #32

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  4. Hey I love those sizzlix sets that are dies and stamps together, you could post them down here, I am happy for you, this is your once a year big splurge and by golly gosh you did it.

    Hugs Eliza

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  5. Forgot to say my stork scissors are used for cutting ribbon only, most of my scissors have a single purpose this way they don't go blunt. Silly but hey it works for me. I also keep a pair do scissors hanging next to the ribbon rack just for cutting off small lengths. I'm slightly fussy don't you think?

    Hugs Eliza

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