Fancy notions #12

Wow. It’s been over six months since my last Fancy Notions offering. What is my problem? I must have gotten hoisted on my own petards when Fancy Notions #7, my paper napkin collection, was added to the largest (or maybe just best) paper napkin collection in Bulgaria. Well, petards have a way of dissipating, so hoisted I am no longer. I am here to offer some notions.

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As you can see, there is a green theme going here. A miniature journal with a bejeweled cover and broken key ring clasp, a fabric applique patch depicting some mushrooms, and three green buttons of various size, shape, and opacity. The quarter is there for perspective; it is not part of the prize.

As an added bonus, I am throwing in a barely used spool of sky-blue thread, because when I was cleaning out my thread box yesterday I noticed that I had three spools of sky-blue thread, and that seems a little excessive. My mom probably gave them to me after she abandoned some project. Abandoning projects seems to run in the family. I have been hanging on to the green flower button for I don’t know how many years, because it is really great, but I am always so afraid to use it on the wrong project that it has just been going to waste. It’s huge. And glittery.

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As always, if you would like these fancy notions for your very own, just let me know; write a message in the comments section below rather than sending any emails this time. I’ll send them to the first or most sincere person who writes in. Good luck!

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  1. How could I resisit vying for such treasures? Rhetorical question: I simply cannot.


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