Wednesday, March 31, 2010

New Chair!

Moving out of our old house - into the new house created quite a challenge for my craft room! I went from having things spread out in cupboards through an entire basement - to a bedroom. I do LOVE it though! I used gorilla shelves on both sides of the room and LOTS of plastic bins that I took hours to sort and label. I love the colors that the room is - and that it is actually somewhat decorated.
My sweet hubby got me a new chair for my craft room for my birthday! I had my eye on it for awhile. It is a perfect match for my new craft room! Sorry the picture is fuzzy though!
I get to spend some time stamping/scrapping on Saturday with my friend Alysia. Yeah!
Have a great rest of the week!

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Bazaar Weekend!

If you are out and about in Fairbanks/North Pole this weekend - head on out to Eielson for the Spring OSC Bazaar! It will promise to be nice a gorgeous drive! I will be there with my friends Jen (Incredibows) and Summer (lovely fleece blankets) and Aleisa (trustworthy booth assistant!)
I am going to be having a HUGE stamp sale! It is a "BOGO" type of a sale... Buy one, get one half off... and then get one FREE!!!! Can't beat that! And prices on new, retired, new/used stamps sets are already marked down from original price. I will also have loads of TAC's gorgeous paper and miscellaneous papercrafting embellishments. Anyone that purchases $30 worth of goodies from me this weekend will receive a FREE stamp and a FREE TAC catalogue! Again - can't beat that!!!
Don't live in the area? Not to worry - I will post stamps for sale with picts ASAP.
I am officially retiring from doing stamping/papercrafting workshops - but will stay active as a hobbyist while I can with The Angel Company. New aspirations...
I totally have spring fever! Can't wait for the snow to melt!!! We bought a house in January - it is a beautiful home and I thank God for such a wonderful blessing (and our realtor for shopping Craig's list for us! LOL) - and if the yard is half as nice as I think it is... well, I just can't wait!!! The previous owner has put in planters and a raised bed garden, blueberry bushes, and a lovely brick patio off the back. I have NEVER been much of a gardener - but think that I will try my hand at it this summer. Guess I better get busy reading the Alaska Gardener's manual! ;)
Have a glorious spring day!!!