You know when you have one of those moments that is more fantasy than real? One of the stall-holders at Dunton was having a clear-out of her studio to make space for classes. This being the case, she handed me a bag and told me to fill what I could for £1 - you can imagine I didn't need telling twice. I shoved in everthing I could get my hands on with the thought that what I couldn't use could go into my kids craft box or to friends children. (It didn't help that she kept encouraging me to fill the bag properly).
I played extra for the little paper trimmer because Little Man won't leave mine alone - the blue paper is a bag packed solid full of about 50 sheets of thick card which also cost me £1. The magazines are going to get chopped up for my inspiration file, childrens crafts and my latest little subject of interest - ATC's or Artists Trading Cards.
I loved these papers and will definitely have a go at creating something with them the first chance I get.
My favourite part of card-making: embellishments.
I do accept that there is more than I need here, so I am thinking baout some kind of give-away or passing on of this stuff (details to follow when I have thought this through properly insh'Allah).