Sunday, 8 December 2013

stash and glitter


Oh I love fabric parcels of yummy happy fabric!

These gorgeous fat quarter bundles arrived from Fluffy Sheep Quilting, Happy Go Lucky and 2wenty Thr3e with coordinated solids:


A beautiful Summer Kona jelly roll, some yardage (Children At Play - Hopscotch Soft Pink, Pam Kitty Love - Grey Dots on Check, Lakehouse - White on White Dots) and a Baby Jane charm pack from the Fat Quarter Shop:



Today there's been no playing with fabric but I've enjoyed crafting with the kids. After seeing Rebecca's sweet tutorial we picked up some pine cones on a walk through the park and after unsuccessfully trying to wrestle the lid off the PVA glue I remembered we had glitter paint so we went with that instead (also saved cleaning up the glitter!).



Hopefully tomorrow I'll be able to find a suitable vessel to display their glittery handiwork!

Linking up to Sunday Stash at Finding Fifth (for some reason the button isn't working for me?!)




10 comments:

  1. Nice! Any plans for the fabric or 'just because'?

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  2. Are you stashing before an anticipated diet next year or is this just a bit of winter weight?!

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  3. Ahh, gotta love a good happy mail. And less messy cleanup!

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  4. Love those intent looks on the little ones' faces :D Love the new stash, too! You got some great stuff there.

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  5. hahahaa so glad you got to make pinecones! yes, glitter glue is a great idea...hahaha as there is still glitter all over my house! xoxo B

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  6. eee!!!! Fabric goodness!!!! Happy happy happy days.

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  7. Wouldn't be Christmas without some glitter and great fabric choices!

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  8. Oh my goodness you have just inspired me to get that Kona summer jelly roll! That looks so pretty-those colors! Glitter and fabric=my 2 fave things. ;D

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  9. Ooh you have had fun shopping! I love your selections. Have you got to sew with them yet?

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