As promised for those who are interested here are some pics of my craft purchases from yesterday! Sorry I'm a bit late in them posting them, I hope I haven't kept you in suspense too long. I've been out for a meal to celebrate my nephew's birthday tonight.
I got some great bargains. These wood mounted stamps were £1 each or 6 for £5, so obviously I had to get 6! They stamp so crisply! The flocking and glitter set was also only £5 and comes with 3 different coloured flocks, 2 glitters, 15 sheets of adhesive designs and loads of chrstmas chipboard shapes.
I also got this gorgeous box full of felt/paper flowers and buttons from Making Memories! Also £5. I seem to love my £5 items! Lol!
Yes there's more. Got some packs of CS in various colours. Some dovecraft christmas papers, last years design that I ran out of and wanted some more of. Some Craftwork cards christmas sentiments. K&Co sparkly sweet paper pad, these are devine! I got these 3 cuttlebug folders for £10. I couldn't believe my luck when he said even the border embossing folders were in the deal as I almost bought them online last week for £4.75 each! Last but not least some more brads!
I love these christmas themed brads, so did my mum but unfortunately I picked up the last pack, a snip at £3!
I worked out I spent exactly £60 (I haven't told my o/h that though), which I don't think is bad considering the amount I got for my money. I haven't stopped there though as I was online this morning buying the woodware christmas bubble tree stamp set and the square set of nestabilities from cut at home (although I will be putting these away for santa)! I think I will have to give it a rest for a while though now, at least until next week! Lol!
Hope that has whetted your appetite. Some information for you all, I will be giving away 3 lots of PIF candy in the next week or so after having won some from Sarah so keep your eye's peeled to be in with a chance of winning!
I'm off now to have a quick blurfing session before I head off to bed, see what you've all been up to!
Hugs, Vicky x