Recycled Rubber happens at Art 'n Soul this Saturday and Sunday, December 3 and 4. We're amazingly restocked with lots and lots of new 'recycled' stamps, tools and supplies for the lucky purchasers. And while you're at Art 'n Soul, look for these new products that came in yesterday . . . and some more new goodies might arrive tomorrow, too! Keep looking!
And when you visit us, please remember to bring non-perishable food items for the Food Bank Barrel. The barrel is a little barren right now, and the Food Bank is currently responding to a much larger base of people.
|New Crafter's Tools . . . everyone who has them tells me they're|
great tools to have in your arsenal, especially when using
the delicate dies from Marianne Designs, Cheery Lynn and Memory Box.
|Some of the new dies from Marianne Designs and Cheery Lynn!|
We expect that these will be selling quickly!
|Assorted stencils from Dreamweaver. Students who|
took Marj's most recent stencil class loved using these latest designs.
From Millsrepco's blog . . .
Tim Holz Tag #1
Stamped Candles by Elizabeth
|We may look 'bundled up' but it was easily 70-degrees, if not|
a few degrees higher, with a nice breeze. The sun's rays
were definitely felt!
|I love doors and have been photographing|
a collection all through the trip. This particular
door had a surprise above it.
|A sleeping bird. Honest!|
A gentleman came out of the door below, slammed it shut and walked
off. The bird didn't move a feather or blink an eye. His eyes
may look open but they're not!
|This bird bath was in a park-like courtyard between buildings|
that were lined with restaurants, including tables and chairs
in the courtyard as well as directly outside the eatery.
One little bird in the bath . . .
|and then there were many!|
|of course, I don't think I'd ever find myself buying pigs feet|
|The little heads may get lost with the|
prominent labels; look just below the label (if you want!).
|This is the sight that first caught my eye . . . uh, I don't think so!|
Did you know that chicken feet are considered a delicacy in
Asia and they are exported from our country to a large and appreciative market?
Not a chance in my lifetime, thank you.