Fall is in the air!  What is your favorite color out in the big wide world?   Here I high lighted The Project Bin's sentiment by stamping one word in a rusty orange ink. A bit of bling and embellishments....and who is ready for some hot, apple cider? ...

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"Sunnyside Up" - 5 new articles

  1. Autumn Color
  2. Purring for Eyelet Outlet!
  3. Born to be colorful!
  4. A little pick up!
  5. Seasons
  6. More Recent Articles

Autumn Color

Fall is in the air! What is your favorite color out in the big wide world?  Here I high lighted The Project Bin's sentiment by stamping one word in a rusty orange ink.A bit of bling and embellishments....and who is ready for some hot, apple cider?Thanks for visiting me today!
    

Purring for Eyelet Outlet!

Last year, Eyelet Outlet released Cat Silhouette Brads...this year, it's Kitten Silhouettes!  These adorable felines will have you purring with excitement.Remember to add some rolls of washi tape to your order!Our next trade show will be in Sacramento, CA Oct 20-21!Come take a stroll to our booth! We'd love to see you!
    

Born to be colorful!

Chickens are all the rage if you don't live in an HOA. But you can still get in on the act with paper crafting and brads!Make a big statement with an adage from Dr. Suess!The Project Bin has a set that supports Autism called "Spencer's Set."  Show your love and support to friends and family!This funny card will get its message across in a happy, humorous way!We are all
    

A little pick up!

Today, I am featuring the little red pickup Truck Brad that was released by Eyelet Outlet this fall.It is a sweet little brad that can be used to encourage others and bring a smile to their face!Paired with the Sun & Cloud brads and Pine Tree brads,you can create a scene!  Keep the engines revving by adding this pickup truck brad with an old map.Mark the spot with a bling
    

Seasons

For years, I didn't like the season of Fall. Probably a bit of experience, a bit of melancholy...it just wasn't my season.But with swimming and getting exercise and pumping up thoseendorphins, Fall is a great time!A time to renew your plans...A time full of color here in the midwest...A time to enjoy nature...And maybe a little crafting!New Leaf by The Project Bin
    

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