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Wednesday, 4 March 2015

WOYWW 300!

300 WOYWW posts is some achievement, so congratulations to Julia at the Stamping Ground blog, for not only starting this fantastic opportunity to join other deskers around the World, but for keeping it up for 300 weeks! There are a lot of folk, including me, who love this opportunity to 'snoop'!!
So what am I going to show….
…new goodies! Mind you if you want to see the best collection of new goodies visit Helen.
Mine is just a modest collection, the two sets on the left are from Paper Warehouse, that we just happened to pass on our way home from a trip out! The little pile in the middle is from the Garden Centre craft shop at High Legh, not far from here, and on the way(sort of!) to Warrington where I went to have my hair cut yesterday. The dragonfly is free with a magazine, forgotten which one and magazine is at the caravan(static mobile home - if you are in the USA). There were also a few mundane buys which have been put away - glue, texture paste, ribbon….

Cinema report
We didn't go last week but we are off to see "Second Best Marigold Hotel" today.

I'll be around on my phone, a few stops on the way to the cinema, so may get a signal! If not, I will try to visit later.
Thanks for looking, Chris

24 comments:

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Chris, love that Woodware stamp, the Buddleia one. I can see a lot of uses for that. And word stamps are always useful, aren't they? Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #37 xx

jan spencer said...

Lovely set of stamps but as you say a modest collection compared to Helen's, I love flowers on cards so I'm sure you'll make lots of uses for them
Jan S no 49

Lynn Holland said...

Enjoy the film, it's a must see for me as well.
Lynn 30

froebelsternchen Susi said...

fantastic new stamps!
Happy belated T-Day from me and happy WOYWW!

Pamellia Johnson said...

Lovely goodies Chris. Love that peony stamp, that one is already on my wish list, but it looks like I'm adding a few more now! lol hugs :)

Stacy Sheldon said...

oooh that bloom is gorgeous ( and I have not bought anything from that company so thanks for sharing your new loot ) ( I will put it on my wish list) :) ~Stacy #65

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

Just look at all them goodies! Love that flower stamp!
glenda #43

sandysewin said...

I love that stamp on the far left, it makes me think of lavender or wisteria and would be so pretty done in shades of purple. Lots of nice goodies on your desk this week!

Happy woyww and happy creating,

Sandy #34

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I agree that Helen puts everyone to shame with her constant buying new products. I would glad take her throw-aways (grin). You bought some gorgeous stamps, though. They will come in handy in the future, I'm sure. I especially like that one from Indigo Blue.

Thanks for explaining what caravan is to those of us who live on the other side of the pond (grin). Of course, now that I've seen it, I knew exactly what you are talking about.

Happy 300th WOYWW from #3. Yes, I'm finally playing this week!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Forgot to add, I've already started using some of those off-cuts you sent me!

Sandy Leigh said...

Your goodies are delightful - I could have so much fun stamping with you and Helen! Happy WOYWW #300! Sandy Leigh #58

massofhair said...

Some fantastic goodies there Chris, enjoy playing with them all :-) xxx

Annie said...

Fab new stash today Chris. Have fun at the cinema.
Hugs,
Annie x #22

Helen said...

Guilty as charged.... (sorry Elizabeth I don't have many throwaways!) you made me laugh out loud,Chris! Hope you enjoyed the film, the first one was great. Love the new goodies. Helen 5

Anne said...

Lovely new stash - have fun. Hope you enjoyed the film. Anne x #38

Redanne said...

You made a very modest purchase! I went over to see what Helen bought .... wow, someone who actually buys more than me! Hope you have lots of fun with your new goodies Chris! Hugs, Anne xx

Lynne Moncrieff said...

Chris,
You will need to set aside a whole lot of creative time so that you can have lots of fun stamping up those new goodies!
Wishes
Lynne

Robyn Oliver said...

Hi Chris happy 300th WOYWW, I've seen the movie and I loved it too, great set of actors facing my aging problems. Great collections on new goodies - always nice to have, have fun. Cheers RobynO#14

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Lovely new stash!! I like the buddleia one very much...I know they're a bit like weeds, but how can you not love a plant when it's smothered in butterflies and bees in the summer? The deepest purple ones are my favourites. Hope you enjoyed the film, everyone I know who's been to see it has said it's fab!
Happy 300th WOYWW,
Hugs, LLJ 7 xx

scrappystickyinkymess said...

I don't know... you may vie with H for the most-stamps pile award :) Looking forward to seeing what you do with them. Oh and I LOVE our buddleia but we did have to have it cut back to the trunk a year ago as it was SO huge it blocked all the light into the lounge! When covered in butterflies it does look magical...
Hope you had a Happy WOYWW day!
Mary Anne (8)

CraftygasheadZo said...

Super stamps you go there, you'll have fun playing with those. Take care Zo xx 55

Eliza said...

Those two stamps on the left are wonderful, i want them........ ok I must get them, yep. I think you have a great collection of goodies to play with, nobody can out do Helen when it comes to getting new stash that is for sure, but I think small purchases like this are better we can really get to look at the product. Thanks for visiting last week sorry I have not got back to you until now, life has been busy to say the least. Belated 299 WOYWW and Happy 300th WOYWW

Hugs Eliza & Yoda #89

VonnyK said...

I think Helen is the stash purchasing queen but yours are gorgeous. I love the flower. I hope you enjoyed the movie, we are thinking of going to see it too.
Have a great week,
Von #32

glitterandglue said...

Trust you enjoyed the film - the adverts for it sound hilarious. Lovely new goodies on your desk. Hope you are playing with them already!!
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #4