AfterLISAhas received my swap package, I now can reveal what I had sent her. She had given me a couple of themes to choose from and I went for the birds. I made a fabric collage for her using a lovely image that DAWNhad shared a while ago.
A name tag had been in my mind and this is what I came up with:
I added some goodies for Lisa to use in her beautiful artwork:
I enclosed a tag
and wrapped everything up, using my bird stamps to decorate the envelopes.
I very much enjoyed working around the bird theme. Of course I will show you what Lisa has sent me as soon as the package arrives.
When I came home from the flea market on Sunday, hubby was outside and saw me coming. "You look happy, so you must have found some goodies" he said. YES, I did! Besides, the weather had been gorgeous and the temperatures mild, so it had been a perfect morning.
These are my finds:
I had wanted such an old large pair of scissors for a quite a while.
Someone must have digged out that bottle somewhere. I liked the shape.
You might wonder what this funny looking thing is and why I had bought it. It's a heating spiral of a vintage bowl-fire and it said it want to come home with me to become a part of an assemblage. Well, I have a vague idea already how to use it but I have to work on some more swaps first.
This fish stamp had once been used for nature history education in school classes.
What treasures did you find on your last thrift-shopping-tour?