some things from this last week...

Sweetpea Stamps colored with copic's, Basic Grey pp,
Outlines fairy ring (large, colored with copic's) Viva Las Vegas sentiment,
haha kid sentiment, scraps,
custers last stamp ( sentiment ) ( I think, this is a total guess on my part)
basic grey pp, pretty in pink cardstock, unknown ribbon.
Elzybells sentiment on an spellbinders diecut, the lace doily die cut is from paper trey ink ( thanks Janice!!)
the gingham pp is from graphic 45, vintage buttons, vintage lace, PSX sentiment.
3" X 4" in real life.
Love this new A Muse set, (sentiment) spellbinders die, that was an red heart brad, painted it copper with a paint pen. the burgundy and paisley pp's are from basic grey, the stripe is from doodlebug.
this shipping tag is 8+" tall, got it at stampstruck before they closed last year... the stitching does not go through to the back side, edges are inked with cream brown fluid chalk ink.
silly dollar bin sentiment found recently.
unknown ribbon, 3 1/2" square gift card.
You may recognize those stockings they were a Christmas card from a few years ago, and I must have made a million of those suckers because, I tossed 36 of these tags like this together this week with them. ( and i Still have 3 more assembled lol) they have slightly different ribbons. set 12 aside for employee Christmas gifts this year ( the back side of that shiny mirror bazzil is plain white cs to write on ) the gold tags were cut with an old Sizzix red die.
now this is something ( new and cool ) from sizzix. ( when's the last time you said that about them and meant it eh?) they have some big dies with embossing folders for the shape, so this is the primitive star and its embossing pattern done on some scraps. there are a few more of the kraft combo below not photographed.
so, something I did last weekend was cleaned out my closet, is it empty ha ha no, but I can walk into it again (for the moment) and since today was opening day of duck season the yardsale thing will be on hold for a while ( which is OK because, starting to make little things on purpose for the booth in November at Shepherd's market held at Hosanna Christian School (its the school's biggest money making fundraiser they do, not sure now how many years its been running but, its the best craft bazaar held here. )
I have a booth with OOAK cards. ( one of a kind ) and so this would be a little branch out of my cleaning efforts packed up some vintage clothing buttons inside vintage jello molds, and some the smaller lace in this photo, is wound onto old wooden empty thread spools. ( 1 yard ) and then the taller lace in the photo below is on modern wooden round clothes pins.
a top view
so the sign on one basket reads "crafters stocking stuffers" I think if they end up priced right they should all sell. but, I don't want to get into any food things as the hassle of an unlicensed kitchen scares me silly.

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