September 24, 2010

what's in my bag?

I haven't posted in awhile because I haven't had time to make anything lately--lots of things on the to-do list but just no time. Fortunately, Roo at Nice Girl Notes is hosting a "what's in your bag" linkup so now I have something to post about.


Empty out my purse and snap a picture? I can do that. . .

  1. very large wallet with a broken zipper--I haven't purchased a new one yet because I'm cheap
  2. three pens
  3. Hancock Fabrics ad
  4. small wet bag with fem hygeine products
  5. fabric I'm going to use to make my friend a blanket for her baby--who knows when I might find the perfect coordinating fabric and need to match colors
  6. two sets of keys
  7. two morsbags
  8. calculator--for figuring yardages and such
  9. folder full of work stuff--schedules, days off requests, employee availabilities, etc.
  10. wintergreen Icebreakers
  11. empty watch face package
  12. ChapStick All Natural
  13. empty bottle of hand sanitizer
  14. random key--I have no idea what it goes to
  15. nail clippers
  16. peppermint Dentyne
  17. post it notes
  18. Dum Dum wrapper (cream soda)
  19. mini photo album--the most recent photo I have in there is almost two years old
  20. coupon folder with a broken closure--too cheap to replace this, too
  21. cell phone (not pictured because it was still sitting on the kitchen table from looking up phone numbers last night)

That's actually pretty clean and organized for me. There's usually a mass of receipts and expired coupons in there, too.


  1. Oooh, DumDums!

    And that fabric is so pretty. Thanks for linking up, Steph!

  2. Visiting from NiceGirlNotes{dot}com. Curiosity got the better of me and I followed your link to Morsbags. Very nice! When I get a few more minutes, I'm going to spend some time on their site and see if there's a group in my area. Thank you!!

  3. I love the fabric too, and Icebreakers are my favorite mints. Is the little green thing the mini album? It's cute.
    Thanks for sharing!

  4. The fabric caught my eye as well! Have fun finding something to go with it!

    I love that in addition to the fabric scrap, you have the calculator and you have the hancock fabrics ad...truly a crafter's purse!