Sunday, 26 February 2012

So what did we buy?........

Hey bloggers, well wasn't today a gorgeous sunny day, just what we need to get us in the spring crafting mood. On the drive to Farnborough, the blue sky was mesmerising and just in time for our annual trip to MAKE-IT at FIVE (a private airport). One day when we have our own craft business and our own line of craft products we will be jetting off in a private jet from there (well we can all but wish!!) Anyway to the important stuff, what did we buy and did I buy anything that was on my list. The answer to the second question is! What a surprise, self control, no! I did buy 3 12x12 scrapbooking papers, so that was kind of on the list but otherwise the main reason I didn't get what was on the list was because they didn't have those products, so I had to compensate.

1. Indigo Blu Stamps - these stamps are very similar to Tim Holtz stamps and I would assume stamp just as nicely.

This stamp would be perfect for using in the corner of a 12x12 scrapbook page

All these stamps were bought from Samuel Taylors crafts if you want to grab yourself some today

2. A few embellishments....

Prima flowers, Melissa Frances flowers and large bottletops

These vintage embellishments were bought from Just Scrapbooking who organise weekend workshops set in the surroundings of beautiful Cornwall. Sounds right up our street!

3. Tim Holtz die cut
Mum's had her eager eye on this die cut for some time now and she finally has it. Can't resist anything sewing related

4. Scrapbooking Papers

Beautiful Prima and Bo Bunny papers

So that is the sum up of our spend today.
Next is a glimpse of a few things we ordered off QVC during their craft day. First is the set of crackle paints which are a very good combination of colours. Have a look.......

Next is the Anna Griffin stamps that mum ordered which had a sewing theme, funny that! But well worth the money - 3 sheets worth of stamps

So with all these products its about time we got crafting to get our money's worth!

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