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Cooking-1 Hello - Back from a lovely time in Seymour where the kids had a ball playing with their grandparents (and I had 2 lovely sleep ins with breakfast in bed and caught up on some scrapbook magazine reading!  Bliss!)  I had fun with my camera too.  (Some pics at the bottom for those who like photos, and any friends/family popping by.)

Thought I'd swing by blogland and say hi. 

Quick Storage Idea -  Patterned Paper

Nothing too original here but I'm working my way round my craft supplies so will continue on! 

I keep my Stampin' Up! Patterned Paper in one of those 12 x 12 sized plastic expandable file thingys.  A set or two in each compartment.


Easy to flick through and find the set I'm after.  I like the range of patterned papers we have currently.  (Til the end of March if you have your eye on some.)  And it's so easy to use with our gorgeous coordinating cardstock, ribbons and inks.   Makes it simple to create a coordinated look for your layout or card. 


Our patterned papers are $11.95 for a pack of 12 double sided sheets (12" x 12" size.)  Here are some of my favourites.  (Spring Silhouettes, Berry Bliss and Brocade Backgrounds.)




Patterned-paper-pile My non SU patterned paper is in one of those solid cardboard compartments you assemble yourself.   It has 4 shelves.  I have it all divided roughly into categories (vintage, floral, stripes/plaids, other.) 

Some of my tastes have changed since I started filling it up, so I think I might be adding to Hannah's stash of offcasts supplies!

How do you store your patterned paper??

Cheers,   Sue 

Some family snaps before I go ...

Tuesday's highlight was baking with Maddy.  Jack wanted to make purple cupcakes and Hannah wanted to make a BIG cake.  What a patient grandmother they have!






Jack liked jigsaws too. 


My favourite photo of the trip?

... not a smily one and Jack had a bit of a splotchy face, but really like this one.




What beautiful photos Sue! Such precious moments....doing simple things. The cupcakes look yummy too.


Lovely photos Susan. I'm glad your mother gives you a chance for a bit of a rest.

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