Monday, February 16, 2009

I should never have gone to etsy

While browsing all of the lovely, quirky, adorable, or baffling hand-crafted items on etsy, I made a dangerous discovery. My favorite designer of scrapbooking paper also designs fabric.

Oh. My. Goodness.

Hold me back.

8 comments:

Elephantschild said...

This is great. I love looking at scrapbook paper, but I love fabric even more... mmmm... fabric....

Interesting how incredibly art nouveau her some of her floral design are! They're right out of 19-teens wall paper catalogs.

Erin said...

Jane, if you like Amy Butler...have you ever looked at Anna Maria Horner's website/ blog? Check it out! She is fabulous!

www.annamariahorner.com

Becky said...

That is too funny! I just realized a month ago that my favorite fabric designer (Amy Butler) also did scrapbooking. It motivated me to actually start scrapbooking again.

Beth said...

Erin, how funny! I was just going to jump on here and leave that same comment!
My favorite so far has been her "chocolate lolipop" collection.

Jane said...

Thanks guys. Just what I need. Another way for this non-sewer to add to her pointless fabric collection. :)

Seriously, thank you. These fabrics make me determined to learn how to sew.

Elephantschild said...

Hey - I'll trade you a 6-yr old taken to some of FW's finer child-friendly venues in exchange for some primo home-dec sewing.

Jane said...

Oh, Jenny! :) Does she like the zoo? Park? Science museum? McDonalds? I would so much rather play with a six year old than sew!

Elephantschild said...

Jane -let's look at calenders. Seriously! I can't send email right now, or I'd write you off blog.

Shall we "change channels" and go to Facebook? :)