Sunday, 9 December 2012

Stock Clearance - Hobby House

The Hobby House's stock clearance sale started yesterday, and been as it's only 15 minutes (by car) down the road from me, I paid a visit.  I got this little lot for £20.  All the 12 x 12 papers and card stock was 40p, so I got some sheets (11) in preparation for scrapping my holiday photos.  Hopefully this year all will be okay and my holiday will go ahead, unlike last year!!!  A wooden 'let it snow' stamp by Great Impressions, a set of Darkroom Door stamps, a couple of packs of pearls, some mini crocheted flowers, flower ribbon which takes distress stains wonderfully and a pack of 8 x 8 paper by craftwork cards.


Marianne said...

It always feels so good when you find some great stuff in the sale and got a bargain. Lovely stamps and paper. Now get going with your new goodies!!
Have fun! Hugs, Marianne

butterfly said...

Got to love a bargain... Darkroom Door stamps are so fab - and to get them for under £20 AND with all that other stuff... very cool!
Alison x

chrissies said...

Lucky you being able to get there so quickly Sam. You have scooped up some wonderful bargains.

Love Chrissie xx

Alison said...

Fab lot of bargains Sam! xxx

Gez said...



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Hi I'm Sam, 45, birthday in October - Any piece of art gratefully rec'd - Thanks. OH, Martin, been together 25 years and still no plans to get married!!! We love spending time with our pupster, especially when the weather is dry and we get to take him to the woods. I love any sort of crafting and would say that I am adventurous with new materials. We love going skiing in any winter resort, but mainly the States or Canada, they have better snow!! We lost our first beardie, Max, August 2006 at a ripe old age of 14 and 1/4. Since then Frazzie has come along, he is now 9 years and 0 months old and is still a little Bugger, Bugger!!! Unfortunately in December 2008 we lost Alfie at 14 months old after only having a short time of 7 weeks loving and caring for him. He found a good buddie in Fraz and loved him to bits.

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