I claim gavagai for the Lefranc & Bourgeois Paint for Fabrics, and a FQ of the bowling fabric. This is my 2nd claim for the month.
Here's my list:1.
3-d paper Muppet Show centerpiece, circa 1980. 2.
Book entitled "Water" for altered book project. It's an old USDA Agricultural Yearbook publication, available online in full-text, but the best part is this great bookcover of a disembodied cow head arising from the water! I've already pulled out several pages to facilitate less-bulky altering; my original idea was to make the book about this cow named Water who was out for revenge...but the idea never went anywhere. It's got good potential, though3.
3 beaded safety pin bracelets. The ones shown, plus a rainbow (R-O-Y-G-B-P) one. http://www.craftster.org/pictures/data/500/75773scan008.jpg4.
Vintage paperback shell (front and back cover attached with pages removed), half a dozen pages from the book included. Would make a good recon journal or a book-box for a pilot.5.
4 handmade journals made from recycled materials. I will try to send ones that match your taste. This one is just a sample front and back:6.
An approx. 6x6" needlepoint on Aida cloth that says in dainty letters, "F*** your gender". (The actual piece has it spelled out, and I'm not posting a photo for obvious reasons.) 7.
Unopened pack of Cotton Linter for papermaking. A full lb. of the stuff, from Paper Anew.8.
Bob Marley book, by Margaret E Ward (ISBN #0681418664). 80 pages. Good condition, has TONS of color and b&w images, it could be kept for its original booky purpose or torn into for reuse of the images.9.
6 vintage small "Open House" cards with envelopes10.
Somerset Studio magazine, March/April 2001 - "Art of the Greco-Roman Era" theme11.
Somerset Studio magazine, January/February 2001 - "Asian Arts" theme12.
16 wooden Parcheesi game pieces, with 8 small dice13.
Small crossstitch of Link from Legend of Zeldahttp://www.craftster.org/pictures/data/500/75773scan003.GIF14.
As much paper/ephemera as I can fit into a package with your other claimed item. Some themes I currently have tons of: classic science fiction, Hollywood homes of the 1960s, game pieces, die cuts, U.S. state maps, old but unused Christmas cards15.
Baggie of jewelled metal earring pieces, shaped confetti, plastic beads of various shapes and sizes, buttons, and sequins.
Rolls of stickers with days of the week, in a few languages. They're in a floppy plastic enclosure that keeps them together.17.
50+ sheets of very thin and soft, pale pink mulberry/kozo paper, approx. 8.5 x 11"18.
Manila envelope stuffed with variety of sheer fabric samples, most white or off-white but several colors as well.19.
"Papermaking Techniques" book, by John Plowman. ISBN #1581802099. "Over 50 techniques for making and embellishing handmade paper"