16 October, 2011

Why did I????

Hmm. 
Ever found something in your stash & wonder why you bought it?
What project you had in mind for it?
So... what was I going to do with this bunch of zips??

11 comments:

  1. Must have been a GREAT sale that you just couldn't have passed up. Mabye they were some fabulous little bags for in your purse to fill with make up or hexagons to be worked on... they will come in handy...someday right?

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  2. Make a pencil case totally out of zips?? done that once - never again!x

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  3. Oh Rie, keep them for every single gazillion party your children will attend & use up all those zips on pencil cases, coin purses & pouches, for every occasion, you'll be the handmade gift giving superstar & that zip stash will disappear . . . says me who spent $120 on coloured zips last time i went to Spotlight & hasn't even opened the bag yet. We all do it. I know i could get wholesale but 100 of the same colour & length zipper, boring!! Love Posie

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  4. I think it was your 'bag'period!!!!

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  5. I have a very similar pile & very similar questions lol.

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  6. Are you old enough to remember parachute pants in the mid 80s? That's what all the zippers brought to mind for me.

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  7. Oooh zips. I love them. How about some sweet little pouches for makeup?

    Jem xXx

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  8. I found a nice little bundle of zips at the oppy, held together with a very old rubber band with '50c' scrawled on a piece of cardboard tucked under the band. They have been my go to zips for purses, pouches, skirts etc. Have since brought two more bundles... :)

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  9. can't seem to resist a pile of zippers at thrift store :)...
    would love to try to make some little clutches or bags
    love your blog
    michelle

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  10. How about making some zipper flowers? Nice on CQ's, for lapel pins, hair clips?

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  11. Zipper wallet! Thanks for stopping by my blog :-) I look forward to reading more of you.

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