Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Fabulous Etsy Shop!

Because of my small town location it is sometimes the pits to buy crafting supplies, oh how I envy when my sister will call me and tell me that she just went to her favorite fabric shops or even one of the major chain crafting supply stores! The closest town that has larger shops is two hours away! I am so thankful for the internet because it gives me the freedom to shop online and then my treasures are delivered to my door !! Looking for some items on Etsy I came across a wonderful shop Divine Moments , I ordered a few things and in a few days there was my order! If you love paper and all of the great products that are available now you need to check out Amy's shop and her blog also ! I was looking for a certain item and she ordered it for me , how is that for service ! The photos are of a mask I got from Amy's shop , love those things , they are a lot of fun to work with ! Below are some paper flowers I made using up paper scraps !!


Amy Munn said...

Thank you Eunice! I'm happy to serve!

Tiedupmemories said...

Ooh yummy! I need to go check it out!I must say you do really well for not living close to major chain or fabric stores!You have the neatest creations! Always inspiring!!

Sarah Dawn said...

Simply beautiful.

Delighted to meet you today.

Blessings from this ministry mommy,
Sarah Dawn

Lea said...

Everything is just gorgeous!
And OF COURSE i LOVE your garden of paper FLOWERS!

Hope I get to come back later this evening and look through thee other blog.

I"m looking for a couple products as well.
I'd love to find the little vintage styled "hangers" like the ones Wendy Addison uses on her glittered star ornaments.
Also, would love to find small vintage looking metal clips and one more thing,
a small mannequin/dress form for jewelry that you see artists displaying their jewelry. There's a stampington mag in my head featuring an artist that showed them on her blog.
Any ideas or suggestions?

Cheryl Carey Bass said...

Wow! These are GREAT flowers....even better because you used your scraps to make them! Way to go. I keep my scraps, too, as there is still so much you can do with them! Good job.