Happy Monday! I hope you had a great weekend.
My weekend consisted of much-needed girl time and craft shopping. Two of my favorite things.
On Saturday I got to go to Ulta (the makeup store) which can be kinda overwhelming, but being the good crafter I am, I got stuck in the applicator aisle thinking of all the crafty uses for the foundation sponges and dabbers. (I think I have a problem)
Sunday was filled with brunch and girl talk then I went on a mini art outing. There is a craft store I had been trying to go to, but they happen to be closed on Saturdays, which is when I’m typically in the area. This weekend I thought, this is it, it’s a Sunday they will be open. To my sadness when I got there, they were closed, but there was a note on the door for travelers to call a cell number.
To make a long story short to my delight, it was the owner, and she came and met me and opened up the shop for me!
This is where I say to SUPPORT SMALL BUSINESS when you can. True the prices can be a bit more then we find online, but we are supporting a person’s dream, and you get great one on one service. The owner was so nice and knowledgeable; I can’t wait to go back again.
So if you’re in the Volusia County area be sure to stop by and check out
Scrapbook, Crafts and more, also known as Gingham Buttons 2 (Scrapbooks, Stamps, Supplies & Gifts).
Here are some photos of my haul and stay tuned they will be showing up in some of my upcoming videos!
I love the line of darkroom door stamps and was so excited to find them in the store! Have you checked them out? darkroom door
Super excited to find Rose Gold embossing powder and the VersaMarker for writing with embossing gel for embossing. Time to make my cardboard box to use with the new Tim Holtz “Distress Resist Spray”
I couldn’t resist! Cats and then beautiful Mandala stamps!
Can’t wait to play with these as well. I think that curious cat will be showing up soon in my mini art journal!