here's a few of mine:
1. Paper Corner Rounder- I rarely create a scrapbook page without this and the Paper
Studio version is very inexpensive.Hobby Lobby carries that brand and you can order online.
2.TjMaxx-as far as retail stores this is still my absolute favorite I am wearing a Liz Clabourne top
I paid like 5 bucks for!
3.Chocolate- I have n't met a form of it I don't like Hershey's kisses, coffee creamer, Twix candy bar etc...
now don't get me wrong this isn't all day everday but whatever they put in chocolate makes me
incredibly happy .
4.Inspiration Everywhere This is Michelle Rydell's blog , she does alot of Scrapbooking, Art Journaling etc;;
she is a Design Team Member of Scrapping The Music and always has different projects to share. You should really check her out.
5 The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath I am intrigued by the fact that women in the 50's had such limited options
in terms of what they could do with their life it was expected of them to be a wife, which wasn't a bad
thing , but the main character clearly wanted a writing career and that fact that it wasn't supported by society
is interesting. Today in the this century the only thing stopping woman from a writing career would be her own doubts, not pressure to conform . Well I'll be back to share later in the meantime stay gold.