Saturday, 24 October 2009


I have far too many crafty 'bits'. I can hear moans from all over the globe and folk saying, "you can NEVER have too much craft".

The trouble is, I have so much that I don't know what to use next and it's spoiling my hobby. I've been papercrafting for a few years now so have learnt many, many techniques. Some of the things I used to do, like quilling and x-stitch, etc. have gone by and I want to now do 'messy' inky things or learn how to use copics properly and definitely have a go at creating backgrounds using spray paints and shaving foam.

It's time for a good old clearout.

Rather than sell on ebay, due to their high selling costs, I would like to try and move some items through this post. Should anyone be interested, please email me and I will forward pictures, prices and info on the items. Here are a couple of photos to tempt you. Please tell your mates too.

Thanks for reading this.


Artyjen said...

OOh my goodness! You don't want to get rid of those metal brads!!! They will be so useful in altered art projects! But then I can't bear to get shot of anything!! You never know when it might be useful! LOL

Heather said...

Oh yes, I have to agree with Artyjen too about the metal brads - definitely useful for altered art projects, chunky books and journals - but I'm another one who has become a hoarder of all things "alterable" and very rarely throw anything away! LOL

Joanne said...

I agree really, that's why I already have a 'stash' in my cupboard. All the bits I have sorted to go are extras. xx