School Fundraiser

Jenny did a class in store with FIZZY MOON
 and I took the left overs home to make some quick and easy cards
for the School Daffodil tea last Thursday.

I also used some of the candy from our sweet table to make up some goodie bags and used my favourite SU stamp to decorate.

and lastly a couple of gingerbread bunnies from Asda,
 99p a box, first box was all but broken, ( I'll manage to eat those up I suppose)
and a little gingham ribbon , great profit margin on this one ;)

You'll also be impressed that I actually DID the facebook challenge this week

only because it was so easy and took minuets, that's all I have spare these days.


The kids are tuned into Lambing Live on BBC, why I don't know,
 its maybe a bit like watching crafting on the TV *rolls eyes*
Our lambing is coming to an end, we have 5 pet lambs this year, not bad at all.


With the school holidays now on, I will have a few days at home to keep them company but today I had to go to the HOS and as I had no computer I found myself re arranging the shop, OH NO Kate will not be happy! Jenny was in to collect the supplies for her next class, Letraset Markers and CC Designs on Sat 23rd. See events at the top of the page.
Erika from Personal Impressions was also in spending her Mothers Day voucher on ribbons, oh and a little seam binding, some fabby giant buttons.
That's what a crafter who has everything need from her local shop for local people :)

I also need to get Kath's goodie box filled with all things yummy for her to play with on her demo day 7th May. Again what do you send a crafter who has everything?

I even came up with the line for a local paper's editorial on the store.
"Everything you need and all the things you want."

take care


PS watch out on the Sassy Blog for a guest DT spot.


Cathy said...

Love your fundraising cards Karen ... I really do not need Fizzy Moon stamps ... do I!!!????
We have 8 lambs at my Mum's so far a few more to go and the girls are loving feeding the sheep and cuddling the lambs. The weakling is getting lots of love and I think if the girls could knit he would have a woolly jumper!!
Cathy xx

D K Crafts said...

Your cards and goody bags are gorgeous. Beautiful card too. Donna

Kath Stewart said...

well you could include some more hours in a day....that would make me your chum for life....big hugs kath xxx

Erika said...

Cheeky....a crafter never has too many buttons and ribbons to stroke! LOL. You did good for the funraiser. Glad the lambing went well for hubby, 5 to hand rear ain't bad going. x

Riet said...

This is so beautiful.

Hugs Riet.xx

Elaine said...

Oooo your goody bags look yummy!
As do your fabby Fizzy Moon cards, I bet they went down a treat at school.
And good on you joining in the FB challenge, yes I am impressed, I know how busy you are!

I have been watching the lambing on tv myself and if you have 5 pet lambs this year then you could always drop one off here. I could change my name to Mary and keep it in the back garden??

I guess I have everything I need craftwise, but I'll never have everything I want, there's always new rubber just waiting to be released!

Love Elaine xx

Juls said...

wow you have been busy Karen, all of this looks amazing!!! Hugs Juls

Colin said...

These look great, they look very professional. If i were to used them in are up coming school fundraiser how easy are they to do, we would need to do like around 200-300 of each of them.