Sunday, 4 October 2009
Yesterday we went to the Artisan craft show near to Warwick, sponsored by 'The Craft Stamper' Magazine, of course I bought lots of things I really didn't need but enjoyed buying. I watched a demo on making flowers from Grunge Paper and had to have a go, what i'll do with them I've not yet decided but here's a picture of them, also a picture of a storage hanging that I bought, it was £8 instead of £20 as the batch had been marked during delivery (what marks?), it's ideal for allsorts but will take packets of rubber stamps in the larger pockets and single ones in the small pockets, the added beauty of this is that it has exactly the same amount of pockets on the reverse side - beauty!! It certainly will help me organize all my stamps and will probably be full by the time I've finished.
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Super goodies Maureen - love the flowers. I bought grungepaper recently but not used it yet. The storage bag is great - and such a bargain too. Each time I buy some extra storage and then reorganise everything, I find the drawers/boxes aren't quite big enough to hold what I want to put in them. That means even more reorganising!
Love the storage pockets Maureen and what a bargain too!
I think the grungepaper flowers look great - lovely colours and they'll make great accents to cards. Are they die cut and layered up? I bought some grungepaper a couple of weeks ago, but haven't used it yet - now you've given me an idea!
How I envy you all the craft shows in UK!! Spo far I haven't heard of grungepaper over here - maybe in a year or two!! Anyway, the flowers turned out very well, and the storage bag is great!
o, i've got one of those plastic hangers - what a good idea! i used to use it for jewelry! Howd you do the flowers with the grunge? they look lovely!
I love your flowers Maureen. They are really different. Lovely shades too : )I miss paper crafting sometimes. I've kept all my stuff though because I'm sure my daughter will love it and we will do some together as she gets older.
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