Sometimes I just can’t resist cute stuff. And they beg of me to photograph them and share them with you guys, because yes, they are too cute not to!
For example, these three new fabrics (and one thrifted) came home with me recently:
A new plastic bag with a cram cream pattern that I couldn’t resist:
Mmm! Gum bears, lollipops and candy.
I bought myself a tiny and cute notebook (it was on sale) that looks like a magazine layout, plus two mini trays from Pop shop here in Umeå:
I would love to find fabrics with patterns like the bag and the trays (super cute patterns if you ask me) here in Sweden, but no way. It’s no use even looking because they don’t exist here. I didn’t even know what to use the mini-trays for when I got them, but now I’ve come up with a few ways to use/display them. One tray is standing next to the sewing machine so that I can put needles in it and not have them roll to the floor. Excellent use!
Can you tell something about me by looking at these items? I think so.
That’s a good idea, to use the tray for needles! I have the same problem with needles and floors…
Kjempes?te sm? fat du har kj?pt! Artige sm? figurer p? de ogs?. :) du har sansen for litt spesielle figurer har jeg skj?nt. ;) koselige m?nster p? stoffene ogs
You’ve got a great blog. It will become a regular stop for me!
Vilka fina tyger, jag gillar s?rskilt Hello Kitty-tyget eftersom jag tycker att hon ?r en s?n s?t liten figur. Var har du hittat det tyget ???!!
i love the fabric.. you can create bags, clothes, even bed linen if you have enough of it.
Thanks for dropping by my blog and saying such nice things. I have been reading your blog for a while and really enjoy it. I have a tray next to my sewing machine too, but it is now full of pencils, buttons, bobbins etc., as well as needles and pins! So much for being more organised!!
I love hello kitty and hope to have a fat quarter trade with her!
What brilliant stuff you’ve bought!