Stash Report

The mail box keeps blessing me….

I was really happy to get this wonderful box from Cindy N in Texas.  The front was so cute.  It said to “Jo and kids” on the address label.  I’m so bad.  I probably should have waited for the kids but I was too tempted and opened it.


PERFECT…goodies that the kids can share and goodies for me.  The kids adore books and stickers are their favorite.  I’m such a meanie and always tell them they can only have 10 stickers per project.  With this many I may just let them have more.  What is it about kids and stickers…they love them!  The book is so cute the pictures are made from fingerprints.  After we read it I’m going to have them do some fingerprint art like the book shows…FUN-FUN.

As for the fabric, I don’t have many orange fabrics so this was perfect…A big stack of oranges.

Best of Cindy’s note she mentioned that she sent a box of no longer loved fabric to the Indian Reservation in North Dakota.  Yahoo!!  I love to see people in need get things.  If you want to know more about the Indian Reservation school you can read about it here.  It’s a great place to send crafting supplies and fabric if you no longer love it.

Cindy’s is not the first note that I’ve gotten from people who have been donating to the school.  Thanks everyone!!

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3 thoughts on “Stash Report”

  1. Yes, children love stickers! When our daughter was preschool age, she got in my office drawer and took off with my stamps! She thought they were stickers! We had to have a serious discussion about mommy’s desk being off limits.. Enjoy the orange fabrics! Blessings, Gretchen

  2. When my son was in preschool, his window in my car was covered in stickers! Good thing the car wasn’t leased! Also, I saw a really cute thumbprint picture on Pinterest: a string of Christmas lights with different colors of thumbprints as the lights. Just a thought.

  3. Just to clarify– your link refers to Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. They are very needy and deserving but they are in South Dakota not North Dakota.

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