Because if I’m going to do some stash addition, Tula Pink is a good way to do it. This started with the March Bazaar on Massdrop (this is a friends link–if 5 people signup using this link and buy something, they say they will send me a little gift). Bam! A little shopping on my phone on the drive home after a long day (I carpool, so I was the passenger), and a bundle of True Colors was on its way to me.
Then a couple of weeks later, I needed to drop my daughter off in Sarnia with Grandma and Granddad due to the extended March break at her school, so on the way back, I decided to stop into Len’s Mill Store in Cambridge. Wow, what a mecca. And a beautiful display of Tula Pink right near the cutting table, so I picked a few of my favourites from Eden. I must confess that I don’t love all of Tula’s prints, but her use of colour is sublime, so the blenders are awesome and I couldn’t resist those tigers. After strolling down the aisles a second time, I also found some of the Architextures text print by Carolyn Friedlander, so both black and white came home with me (I finished the bolt of white for 15% off too).
My last purchase at Len’s Mill Store was this cute vintage bicycle print,Jo Moulton for Wilmington Prints.
Linking up to dear Molli Sparkles for Sunday Stash.