This is the story of my life and something I should work on this year, but hey, why change now? Ha!
I started this post on January 1, and here I am on the tenth finally putting it out there. I've been thinking back over my favorite excursions this year, all the fantabulous junque I found, and my favorite craft projects. While there were many of each, I hope to have even more traveling, junqueing, and creating to share in the coming months.
The day after Christmas I traveled to San Angelo, TX with my parents to visit my oldest brother and his family. We had a great visit, including a shopping day at the mall and the thrift stores. My sister-in-law loves to junque as much as I do, and her mom is a junquer from way back. Her parents just moved and downsized, and Jackie saved me a few things from her mom's stash - some lovely old photo holders, glass Christmas ornaments, a very vintage Scrabble game, and this little cardboard village made to go over a string of Christmas lights. Aren't they the cutest? I'm going to look forward to next December when I can display them.
I received several fun gifts before the holidays, too, but they were sorted and used before I got photos. Thanks to my friends and family for supporting my creative and junqueing habits!
Wishing you a year filled with creativity and fun finds!