Sheep & Wool was hard for me this year. I made a promise that I wouldn’t buy any yarn (at least not for me – Mother’s Day didn’t count), and I kept it. But, it was hard – I was like a crack addict under the El at Kensington and Allegheny. Sigh.
But, I didn’t say I wouldn’t buy anything.
And, I told my husband right up front I was going to hit the junk vendor. And for under $20, I brought back quite a haul –
So what do we have here – first, a printer’s drawer – someday to be a super cool shadow box. Then, a Mason’s jar, filled with vintage stamps. Several spinning wheel bobbins, and a couple of spinning wheel whorls. Then, I have a tall thing you can’t see, that’s going to be the base of a doll. Then, there are two long, thin things that I think are for spinning cotton, and then two more wooden tubes, with drips of paint running down the sides – awesome!
And, here is the Mason Jar, textured up for Texture Tuesday:
This week’s challenge was to use two of Kim’s textures. Both images have an oldie but goodie – Wet Tile, and both have her new watercolor texture, Oh My. The first one even has a third texture – a real oldie but goodie – her Antiques Overlay.
So, that’s the junk.
But where are the sheep.
Coming my friends!