Rita's Ramblings: a basically house-bound woman in Fargo, North Dakota blogging for friends, family, and anybody who finds it interesting. I talk about art or craft projects, my grandson (Ian), the weather, movies, books, health, and whatever happens to be going on in my life. Welcome!
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Little bit of snow during the night.
What an interesting design on this hood. We may get a little more snow, but not much.
Well--here's the proof I made it over to Hobby Lobby and the car started after two months--ROFL!!
They didn't have any of the art deckle rulers by Logan--at all. Searched and asked. So much for checking that out on the Internet. No wonder I do so much shopping online, eh? I will probably order the deckle rulers from Dick Blick in December.
Anyways, I got out and about--tada! I wandered around the store for a while and ran across something that I thought would serve a good purpose. A little treasure.
We have been accumulating a variety of leftover paper shapes from our Cuttlebug use. As they have increased in number I went searching for some way to store them. Have been using these tiny glass jars.
But then I spied an entire end cap of these!
Only $2.99 and very lightweight. Perfect for our Cuttlebug saver scraps!
Talk about room for expansion!
It wasn't until after I was in the car and halfway home that I realized I had carried around that 40% off coupon the whole time I was in the store--but forgot to use it for my little gem because I guess I still had my eye on the big ruler prize.
ROFL!!! Sooo funny!
I'm sure people wondered what that crazy woman was laughing about alone in her car at the stop light--hehe!
Anyways, let's see...I mostly worked on Etsy postings yesterday. And I am (finally!!) all caught up with all the photos for products that Leah brought over--tada! We still have a few more things for her to take pictures of after the holidays but--you know me--I could almost hear the band and see the confetti--ROFL!
I also continued where Leah left off with cutting out and embossing the five snowflake parts for the Christmas cards. That is what I will be doing today, too. Putter...putter...putter. :):) Leah may come over Sunday after they get back and we'll work on cards. I am hoping I will have all the snowflake parts cut out by then. Goals, right? Got to have goals--hehe!