Ooh! We got some good stuff in! A huge stack of wallpaper books and oodles of Patsy Aiken seam binding and trim. My dilemma? What to make first! It’s perfect for all those holiday cards and gifts you need to make. Or makes a great gift for your favorite crafter.
The day of the great feast is nearly upon us. I look forward to stuffing myself with turkey, potatoes and pumpkin pie. It is also, of course, a day of giving thanks. I am thankful for my boyfriend, my family, my friends. I am also thankful to our customers and … Continue reading
The other night I went to the Nicholas School of the Environment for a panel discussion on environmental public policy in North Carolina, and what some of our leaders thought of the changes in administration, and the burning issues related to NC and the environment. You can go to the … Continue reading
Last weekend I went to the North Carolina Art Educators Conference in Asheville. It was the perfect time to go to Asheville—the leaves had turned, but not yet fallen. It was a beautiful drive into the mountains. We go to this conference every year and really enjoy the chance to … Continue reading
Come join us this Saturday! 5th Annual Charity Poker Night for The Scrap ExchangeMission – Promote creativity, environmental awareness and community through creative reuse of industrial discards. Date: Saturday, November 8Time: 7pm-10pmLocation: The Scrap Exchange Store, 548 Foster Street, Durham, NC —Beginner and veteran poker players welcome.—For every $20 donated … Continue reading
We’ve got a wonderful exhibit in The Green Gallery right now. It’s our fifth annual holiday marketplace, featuring the works of over 20 local artists and crafters who use repurposed materials in their work. This year we enlisted the help of the NC Triangle Etsy Street Team to help us, … Continue reading
I’ve been staring at this empty blog page wondering what my first post should be. I am reminded of the diary I received for Christmas when I was 10. This, of course, was back in the ancient times of paper and pen. I stared at the first blank page for … Continue reading