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Books, Stamps, Scrapbookin' Stuff, Boyds

Most of you know that I am a voracious reader. Here are just a few stacks of books I've got lined up to read. I purchase at least half of the books I read from used book stores and garage sales. The others I buy from book clubs or Amazon. Oh yeah, I also buy quite a few at the Eagle Book Ladies Sale 3 or 4 times a year.
Those are my stacks - here are Corby's stacks. Yes, he only reads cookbooks!Most of you also know that I like to rubber stamp and scrapbook. The cabinets I recently brought home from work (yes-they were given to me!!!) are great for scrapbook/stamp storage.

Here are a couple of drawers of stamps. I have a total of 5 drawers (so far).Here are my stamp pads. I buy mostly Stampin' Up - not only because they're the best - but because my sister-in-law Sandy sells it!Here is a drawer with adhesives, glue dots, etc. It feels great to be organized.Any while I'm showing you some collections, here's part of another collection:
Boyd's Bears! I've been collecting them for 7 or 8 years - plush and porcelain. This is just one shelf in a glass-doored antique cabinet that was my grandmother's.

So what do the rest of you collect? What are your hobbies? SHARE!

Comments

twocookiejo said…
I covet your cabinets :-)
We're having a stamp camp at church in Nov. I'll bring you a sheet in case you want to come. I love the Stampin' Up Stuff.
Peggy
Linda J said…
The cabinets are awesome! Sure, bring me the flyer on the stamp camp!
Cowgirl said…
i recognize those cabinets. they look so much more exciting now than they used to. :)
Chris said…
What do I collect? Right now it's rejection letters! No, really, I used to collect Longaberger baskets, but can't afford them anymore. I also used to collect cow things, but I grew out of that.
Lenore said…
I love to see piles of books!

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