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MAmadurk
« on: August 30, 2007 03:22:14 PM »

Well thanks a lot, y'all!  Bad enough I tend to collect random stuff for crafting purposes.  Now, after wandering around the boards here @ craftster, I can't even pass up "vintage" sewing patterns, 'cause the graphics are so cool!!  I never had trouble in my "BC"days, passing up patterns that were too small, wrong style, etc.  But NOW!!! Sheesh! I go to the local Blessing Shop and bring home as much stuff as I drop off!! Huh
Vintage sewing patterns--for little boys' pajamas, and my "little boys" are WAY past that size!! Aww, but the picture is so sweet!! And little bags with zippers---hey! I could embellish this and not have to mess around installing a zipper! Shocked Little toys, hmm, this would make a sweet pair of earrings, necklace, bracelet.  Oh look a shirt that would not fit anyone I know, but gee, that pic would make a great tote bag! And vintage games!! I don't even lean toward paper/board crafts!! Today, (never before, to be sure!) they had a whole stack of vintage games! (Tickle Bee! even!! I resisted.)

Y'all are gonna bury me in gotta-do projects! Grin

MAmadurk, thinking, hmm, what a way to go!!
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