WOYWW #363 a mess and piles of loot

 A bonafide Wed am shot... Monday after work I did cut a couple of the bunnies from the wild rose studio die. ( I had not clue they even made dies, it cuts paper perfectly I am intending to do it with felt next time I get a chance to play)


 So, I hauled home yet another old scrabble game on Saturday. ( it was a whole .25cents) so it would have been a crime to leave it there right? and that made me open up a vintage bingo game that I hauled home last year and I did actually use some of these things for a card on Sunday. ( It all still needs put away)
 Have to go through the scraps pile it is feeling/looking out of control for my comfort zone.

Some Simon Says Stamp loot that arrived last Saturday.

Friday I received some happy mail from Ellen Hutson and Amazon ( stencil and notepad cover die on the left) There were some good deal's in mothers day... I have been out side every day since I filled up all the hanging baskets with flowers and watering and such when I get home after work so, I really haven't spent a significant amount of time upstairs lately.
If you'd like to play along with us, shoot a shot of what you are up to and Link it up here at Jan's blog who is hosting While Julia has a holiday and recovers. (THANKS Jan!)


Lunch Lady Jan said...

No problem Stacy! Thank you for supporting WOYWW and joining in today :-)
I love those bunnies, they're so cute - you'll probably use them loads of times. And well done for the getting the scrabble game so cheap. Are you going to use it for crafting? You really do make some pretty stuff!
Hugs, LLJ xxxx

Monica said...

Some great new stuff to work with when it rains and the plants do not need watering! so relaxing
Monica #55

SusanLotus said...

Useful and fun stuff to be creative with.
Enjoy your tour on WOYWW!
Sussie nr 16

Angela Radford said...

Hi Stacy, loads of new scrummy stuff on your desk today and the bunnies are gorgeous. Thanks for the visit to mine, hope you have a great woyww and happy crafty week too, Angela x 20

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Stacy, thats some lovely stash you got there. where would we be these days without internet shopping, apart from richer, lol.Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #2 xx

Sharon Koole said...

Lovely new things to play with. I love the bunny die, so cute, but some of them are a pain to cut properly. There are lots of garage sales around right now. I'll have to keep an eye out for some of those games - probably find them a lot cheaper than the bits in the craft shops.

Sharon K #45

glitterandglue said...

Lovely loot indeed Stacy. Well done on the card - and that pile of bits looks JUST like mine did the other day. Definitely wobbly - but interesting.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #5

Kelly said...

those bunnies are adorable! I love the laciness of them. still no flowers in my boxes yet but I'm hoping to fix that in the next couple of weeks. You have some goodies to play with. I look forward to seeing how those bunnies come out in felt. Creative Blessings! Kelly #51

Sharon Madson said...

OH, Stacy, love all your loot! And, I have purchased a couple of those scrabble games for little at garage sales myself! I always think I am going to use the tiles on cards. Because I have my deluxe Scrabble game that my daughter and I play. Well happy WOYWW! #62. I just barely got to the party.

BJ said...

Just love that bunny die. Thanks for the hint to use wax paper with difficult dies. Not sure we can get that here but did try some baking parchment and seemed to do the trick. I did know about this but clean forgot, thanks for the visit. BJ#14

Sandy Leigh said...

So much fun stuff! But it really is brilliant to buy a whole scrabble set for 25 cents...so much mixed media possibility in there! Thanks so much for visiting. Sandy Leigh #58