New Fabric and Milk Paint for My Stash

A couple weeks ago I made a trip to IKEA and then headed to Columbus to drop off stuff at Feather Your Nest in Pickerington. I picked up some fun things both places. Fabric and Milk Paint to add to my stash :D
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I seem to have developed a love for cute measuring cups.  I have a growing collection of them and this adorable set just had to join the fun.fabric finds-2

I love how the one is different in color.fabric finds-3

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This great stack of fabric – I plan to make some little girl skirts out of these and sell them at shows and in my etsy shop.fabric finds-5

A few delightful laminates.fabric finds-6

A couple more pieces of fabric that missed getting in my photo of the whole stack.fabric finds-7

And IKEA always manages to suck me in.  Their fabric wall is like a magnet to me.  Isn’t this fabric great?!  I’m not sure what I’m going to do with it but I’ll think of something.  fabric finds-8

And this one!  I’m thinking this ‘wood’ be so fun as wallpaper.  (sorry – bad pun but I couldn’t resist)

I think this fabric would be fun to use as wrapping paper for a gift too.

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And this one.  I looked at it and thought how fun it was but I moved on.  And then anther IKEA shopper got it out and started cutting it and I saw this…fabric finds-10

A knot!  How fun is that?!  I can’t wait to figure out a really cool idea for this one.fabric finds-11

This one will probably be added to some of the skirts for little girls.  Won’t it make a fun twirly skirt?  And it was only .99 cents per yard.fabric finds-12

A few rugs.  I’ve made handbags out of rugs from IKEA so I might do that with these.fabric finds-13

A whole stack of pillow forms.  And I need more already.fabric finds-14And some more Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint for my stash.  I’m ready for warm weather so I can haul a bunch of projects outside to paint instead of turning my dining room into a paint shop.

Yesterday was really cold with quite a breeze blowing.  And it snowed.  And of course it was a day I had to be out.

Know how you know it’s the end of March/beginning of April?

The sun is shining today!  Oh wait… it’s getting cloudy.  What’s that? It’s snowing!  Now it looks like a white-out!  But wait another minute!  Now the sun is coming out again.  No – it’s snowing – er, no just cloudy.  No it’s sunny again.  Wind, snow, sun, rain, wind snow, wind, sun, wind, rain, wind, sun…  Yep.  It’s end of march/beginning of April.

And spring will come and summer will follow.  It always does and always will as long as time continues.  I know.  God tells us so.  Genesis 8:22

Jill

Sew a Fine Seam

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  1. Those bright and fun fabrics will make darling skirts for little girls. Love everything you found. You’ve got some great ideas about how you plan to use some of your new items.
    kelly recently posted..Charming Front PorchesMy Profile

    • Thanks Kelly! Just looking at my own photos makes me ready to get busy working with them! I’m finishing up some things to ship out tomorrow and then I hope to get to creating with this stuff!

  2. Great finds-I’m so totally going to need one of those skirts for small one. LOVE the wood fabric.
    Jane’s Adventures in Dinner recently posted..Celebrating Noodles: Browned Butter Scallop RavioliMy Profile

  3. Fun finds. I am so excited to see what you come up with. You are so creative.:-)
    And thank you for the comment regarding church. It means a great deal to me.
    Hugs!
    Carla TePaske recently posted..Dream CarMy Profile

  4. THOSE MEASURING CUPS ARE ADORABLE!!!!! Where did you get them? Sorry did I scream at you??

    • :) No you weren’t screaming you were just excited! I got them in Pickerington at Feather Your Nest. They are only 10 per set plus tax! I thought that was pretty good. I can pick up a set for you next time I’m over there if you want.

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