So, did anyone else try out the Grab Bag offer from SU! this round? I had never seen it before, and in the interest of scientific study, decided that I should get one of each of the sizes to see what was what! As you can see from the picture, I have just finished a very pleasant and reminiscent afternoon indeed, trying to identify all my goodies! It turns out that my grab bags contained TONS of orphaned elements from retired Simply Sent, Simply Scrappin' and various other odd-ball card sets and decorative packs that SU! has offered over the last 4 or 5 years or so, from what I can tell. I had to go all the way back to my very first catalog ever (not that long ago, I only caught the bug with the Fall-Winter 2007 issue!) to identify some of my components. I have ribbons, buttons, twine and stickers, too, to contend with. What a delight to explore some of the cards and colors that first caught my eye! Ahhh, Sage Shadow, I hardly knew ye. And Really Rust, I'm so sorry to finally lay my last three sheets of you to such a glorious rest! What a great inspiration for my appreciation gifts for all my volunteers this year! Card sets for everyone!
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