Three Things : Bundles

Threethings


Groups. Gatherings. Collections. Bunches. Bundles. I am one of those people that likes to put things into groups and I also like things that come in nice little packages. Here's three happy bundles just waiting to be a part of your next creative project:


Bundle of Fabric : Amy Butler Fabric Fat Quarters (see other bundle listings here)


Bundle of Numbers : Maya Road New York Chipboard Numbers (and I love their great little tins which become perfect storage for all kinds of Simon treasures)


Bundle of Papers : Mini Piles of Paper from One Good Bumblebee

24 thoughts

  1. Steph

    2008-03-18 07:11:07 +0100

    Thanks for sharing all the wonderful things you find! :)
    So sorry to hear of your loss. Hang in there!

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  2. Houston

    2008-03-18 07:38:25 +0100

    Those little tins of numbers always make me happy too!
    I am so sorry to hear about your loss, it sounds as though she was very special, how beautiful that Simon remembers visiting her.
    God Bless,
    Houston

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  3. Mary Rogers

    2008-03-18 08:33:29 +0100

    coolness Ali!
    and I too will offer my hugs for Grandma Cathy! dh had his surgery yesterday so I wasn't near a computer
    how was CKU?
    be good

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  4. Carole

    2008-03-18 09:31:11 +0100

    I love those numbers too - when we were unpacking the Maya Road Treasures from the UPS man ~ I snagged one of these ! The tins also work really great for mini album storage !!! Love that you are using them for Simon ~
    Happy Day to you
    Carole

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  5. Krystn

    2008-03-18 09:38:34 +0100

    I actually have the cutest little zipper pouch (I use mine as a wallet made out of one of those fabric prints - second from top: http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5278954. she has cute stuff!

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  6. Vida

    2008-03-18 09:56:32 +0100

    Love the numbers and fabric! Still praying for you and the family!
    Hugs,
    Vida

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  7. alexandra

    2008-03-18 10:14:12 +0100

    Thanks for the links, Ali!
    I just hopped over and ordered some fabric - so much easier than scouring the fabric shops and coordinating everything!
    A.

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  8. Liz

    2008-03-18 11:41:41 +0100

    Thanks for sharing, Ali! I totally love One Good Bumblebee!:)

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  9. Carolyn Hall

    2008-03-18 12:00:10 +0100

    What great fabric! I love all three.
    Carolyn

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  10. Carolyn Bertram

    2008-03-18 13:09:37 +0100

    Lovely! Amy Butler's fabric is giving me the itch to start sewing again . . . or at least give me something else to collect! :)

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  11. sue Treiber

    2008-03-18 13:40:02 +0100

    you get me into so much trouble with your links! I have been eyeing the fabric for awhile but didn't know I could get quarters on etsy! Gah!!

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  12. Rebecca

    2008-03-18 18:31:39 +0100

    Thanks for all the great links!

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  13. Nancy Doren

    2008-03-18 20:34:52 +0100

    Inspiring pictures. Thank you!

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  14. Jen

    2008-03-18 21:18:02 +0100

    Amy Butler's fabrics are divine!

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  15. Sue

    2008-03-21 08:11:34 +0100

    I love the look of all of these 'bundles'!
    Sue

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  16. jody

    2008-03-29 08:45:08 +0100

    Hey just browsing through your blog and spotted this fabric bundle from my fabric shoppe on etsy. Thanks for including me!!

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  17. Jessica

    2008-04-04 11:03:19 +0200

    I love Hero Arts! Am excited about the giveaway chance.

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  18. Sue in San Jose

    2008-04-04 13:14:29 +0200

    I also love Hero Arts. Your bundles are just great.

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  19. Carolyn

    2008-04-04 14:11:38 +0200

    Love this idea. I am home recovering from foot surgery and teach kindergarten. This project makes me miss the kiddos! I've been planning on exploring my Adobe program since I got it for Christmas-thanks for the inspiration!

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  20. Terry York

    2008-04-04 17:42:54 +0200

    Ali~ Wonderful ideas! Can't wait to try some out...think I'll do that RIGHT NOW!!!
    I'm so happy to find your blog thru Hero blog site (another wonderful idea...!).~TEE

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  21. Lynda Pleckan

    2008-04-04 22:35:05 +0200

    I, too, love things that come in nice little packages. thanks for sharing all your wonderful finds.

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  22. Lorraine Ruiz

    2008-04-05 02:05:58 +0200

    You are amazing! You always inspire me - as as a scrapbooker, a mom, an advocate and in life. Thanks for making the world a better place.

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  23. Myriam

    2008-04-05 08:14:37 +0200

    Hi Ali,
    it is really a great inspriation to read your blog as often as possible. Thanks for all the great ideas and for sharing it with all of us. All the best from Germany

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  24. Katrin Aller

    2008-04-05 11:14:22 +0200

    I love the work you do! I am always so inspired by your articles and projects. Even more so, I am awed by the very obvious love for your family and joy in life and work that you express in everything you do!
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Kat

    * edited 08/11/14 04:56PM
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