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So before I go on a no new craft supplies summer (worst idea ever I'm sure), I filled a shopping cart on Two Peas in a BucketFreckled Fawn, and both of them arrived on Monday, and I was so excited to share my haul with all of you, that I moved around some posts I had planned for later this week so I could share my excitement with you.

I shared this photo on Instagram Monday morning after my packages arrived. I couldn't wait to tear them open and see all my pretty goodies!

I opened the box first (of course), and this was what greeted me. There was paper placed on top to keep things from shifting around too much. The box weight 19lbs, so I think I got a lot of stuff.

Instead of tackling the giant box of goodies, I started with my slightly smaller package from Freckled Fawn. Inside was a bunch of wood veneers, and these three stamp sets. I will definitely be ordering their stamps again in the future. Aren't they just the cutest?!

I ordered two of each package of wood veneers because I have a very strong feeling that I'll be using these A LOT in the future. They're just the kind of simple embellishments that I needed for my PL pages.

Then I pulled everything out of the box and laid it out on my desk. There's such a variety here, and I'm sure I won't need to buy anything else for a while.

Of course I bought a variety of Studio Calico wood veneers. I bought one of each of these.

I'm a sucker for stamps. The two sets on the left are from Technique Tuesday by Allie Edwards. The set on the right is by Allison Kreft.

I bought two Elle's Studio sets, the far left is 100% Sweet Stamps, the second is from the Serendipity line, next is Happy Place "Home" by ChicTags, and a set by Evalicious (which I only recently discovered), you can find her shop (here).

Doodlebug sequins were a must have for me, and are what started this whole thing. I wanted to make some sequin pockets (which are really popular) for my PL pages, so I bought a bunch of sequins, and I'm waiting on some vellum from Studio Calico.

I've recently developed a love of thickers, so I bought some Dear Lizzy Thickers. They're gorgeous.

Here's a close up so you can see the difference between the three sets. The set on the left has navy dots, the middle set has white dots and the set on the right is covered in aqua glitter.

The bottom set of stickers is from Studio Calico, and the top set is Close Knit.

Baby stickers by Studio Calico. The far right set are vellum stickers.

The far right is Pebbles: Love You More journaling and filler cards. I saw them in a  Youtube video on Two Peas' channel, and thought they were just the cutest! In the middle is Dear Lizzy title cards, just 6 3x4 cards for Project Life. On the right is embroidery thread by Amy Tangerine.

On the left are Crystal Clear Sequins by Jenni Bowlin. In the middle is some Cut & Paste enamel stickers by My Minds Eye. One of my favourite lines by them! On the right is some chalkboard die cuts from Studio Calico.

I'm so in love with the Cut & Paste line from My Minds Eye that I bought both 6x6 paper pads, and the chipboard stickers.

These stickers are Sundrifter by Studio Calico.

Here's a variety of 12x12 sheets I ordered including, Dapper Dan by Glitz Design (mustaches), a couple pages from Cut and Paste by My Mind's Eye, some Maggie Holmes and Dear Lizzy paper as well as some rainbow chevron vellum.

I got the MME (My Mind's Eye) 6x6 Chalk paper pad and the Story Time paper pad by Studio Calico. I loved the colors and I make a lot of baby themed things for family and friends.

I picked up a few 12x12 paper pads as well. The left is DIY Shop by Crate Paper and the right is Color Wash by Pink Paislee (my favourite!).

I bought the Dear Lizzy Neapolitan 12x12 paper stack as well, and the Atlantic paperstack by Studio Calico.

Maggie Holmes and Wanderlust by Studio Calico 12x12 paper stacks.

Dear Lizzy: 5th & Frolic Collection Pack. There wasn't a 12x12 paper stack available, so I got this instead. It has a variety of papers that match the Project Life core kit, and some black glitter thickers.

Because I ordered more then $1 in physical product they sent these free gifts. I don't think I'll ever use the punch, so I'll probably put it into my pile of supplies to sell. As for the canvas, I have no idea how I would even use it, but I might hold onto it until I figure it out.

Now I just need to wait for my photos from Persnickety Prints to come in so I can put some of these beautiful supplies to use and work on the last two years, then I think I'll offer to do some albums for family (heritage, a travel album for my grandma, and various albums of photos from my childhood and my siblings).

Have a great Wednesday!


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