Sunday, February 3, 2008

A mini scrap treat...


I had to run some errands today right by a scrapbook store, and I had about $10 to my name, so I bought a few lil treats, namely a Periphery 6x6 tablet (I LOVE BASIC GREY!!!), a white jelly pen (I have like 60 other colors, but no white!!!) and some aqua ribbon (aqua is one of my very fav colors!!!) We are turbo-broke, but at least I could have an itty bitty mini spree! :)

9 comments:

Heather said...

oooh I love the periphery line!!! Did you like the bead class? I do beading now and again too! Thanks for the sweet blog comment!

Toni said...

I'm such a dork! I was whining, "A mini scrap retreat. Uhhh! I want to go on a mini scrap retreat too!"

Then I realized you said treat, not RE-treat. Okay then, now I'm whining because I want a mini scrap treat too. ;)
blessings,
~Toni~

Elizabeth said...

Yey for a mini shopping spree..it's amazing how good you feel after you get something fun1 Enjoy your new treats!!

Samantha said...

I have that particular BG 6x6 paper pad, and I love it! You'll find it's great for making cards. Have fun with your new loot :)

Chrispea said...

I love this paper!! I just used it on my mini album!!

I'm "tagging" you, check out my blog for details!

Scrappycook said...

I love Basic Grey! I was just at Archivers on Saturday and used a gift card to buy the score-pal. I have not used it yet - I hope it works really well! I also picked up some cute new papers for cards - I cannot seem to leave that store empty handed!

Pamela said...

Yeah! Basic Grey's Periphery line is my FAVORITE!!! I hope you love it as much as I do. :)

KJ-Starre said...

Wow! all that and for $10...good saving! That paper is amazing... perfect for your love of aqua :o)

x

Marfa said...

I think you need to use your "macro" setting (looks like a flower), when you take a photo up-close, it makes everything sharp, instead of blurry.
You reminded me...I went to Archivers yesterday and was going to pick up a white pen. Guess I didn't really need it, eh?
I look foward to seeing what you're going to make!