....... and I couldn't be happier about it.  I challenged myself to get down in the trenches and be creative.  I stepped outside the normal realm last night and tried working the kitchen scene.  *Failure*  It is abundantly obvious that I am the daughter of a full blooded Swede who didn't enjoy cooking herself.  So as far as being creative outside the sewing room or off the knitting couch, it just isn't going to happen.  Now to climb out of that depressing hole.....
......... needed to share with you the Little Golden Books fabric and Bill and I think would make into great carry-along art books for kids.  This just brings back such wonderful memories of my own childhood and to find this famous artwork in fabric form was a joy.

And of course, there's the Poky Little Puppy.  One of my favorite childhood stories.  

To find such nostalgic children's fabric was exciting and we both decided that these needed to go into the line up for product.

If anyone out there has other resources for this type of fabric (nostalgic) please let me know.  Bill and I are always on the lookout for fun and different designs.




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While we ran a couple of errands, you know, like to pay rent (not late, whew) and grab a set of colored pencils at the store JUST in case a sale could happen at the Junction, I come home to an email that said I made the sale!  The Journal Junction was rocking my little world this morning!  The buyer started a convo wondering about lined paper and pencils instead of drawing paper and crayons.  What a perfect thought!  So now I had the pencils just in case, and then it happened.  Sweet sweet sale.  Even my hubby got involved in this one.  He wanted the pencils to be in perfect color order.  So I will get the front personalized tomorrow for her, and ship it out on Monday to the east coast.  Can we say I'm just a little thrilled?  Not the best picture because of lighting, but you get the point, right?  Oh, yeah!  Party on, Garth!