Okey Dokey, it looks like the Wilhold angels smiled upon me again! Cue angels singing!
…and once again there was some poor soul standing between me and my treasure. Heart pounding, I squeezed passed her and tried to look casual. She smiled sweetly at me knowing we were both in our “Happy Place”, while she contentedly perused the fabric selection. My tribe!
A root beer colored Wilhold! I hear music…do you hear music!?
She’s smaller than average, but that makes her even more precious. A few cracks and some wear and tear, but I’ll take good care of her!
When I showed her to my husband, he actually had the nerve to ask me how many Wilholds I have. I started to count…he lost interest. Do I ask him how many fishing poles he has? He wishes I was that interested! Now if these were tackle boxes…but I digress.
I decided that this would be perfect for organizing my Stitched Journal makings. I had been keeping all this in a vintage suitcase for years, I’m really not sure why this didn’t occur to me sooner.
A perfect fit! A lot of the embellishments are in neutrals for this journal, I went a little haywire on the fabric color choices, and felt it needed some toning down.
How fun is that! This has worked out so well, I was inspired to get a couple of pages done.
A blinged up window box…with one flower…don’t judge…it was fun.
These little stitched journals are great to have on hand in the evening when you just want to be creative, but don’t want to get out a bunch of supplies and create a mess. You can put your own stitched journal kit together with an inexpensive sewing box, a plastic crafting container, or even a tool box.
Having your embellishments an tools organized is the best way to go, I highly recommend it!
Thank you for the visit,
Have a great rest of your week,