Monday, April 13, 2009

CHECK OUT Moments On Main for Diamond Drops!

Marissa and I were downtown on Thursday and happened into Moments on Main, that adorable shop on the corner of Bush St. and Hwy 61 (or Main St.) It is full of seasonal home accent items, jewelry, candles, wall hangings, paper goods you don't see anywhere else. All displayed and highlighted with great spot lighting, mirrors and cheery yellow walls!

Look what we found!!! Diamond Drops! Those adorable plastic, flatbacked do dads that accentuate cards!! Ok, they were spotlighting these for displaying your tealights tucked into in
a wine goblet, or sprinkled on a mirror with candles here and there, but girls! You have to go get some. They sell of 80 cents a scoop, see the packages of colors I picked up and they all totalled up to less than you'd find at a scrapbook shop or even Wally World! (ok, these don't have adhesive on the back, but that is a quick fix with some Crystal Effects or Glassy Glaze.)
Go embellish some cards or scrapbook pages with these fun finds!!

They are displayed in and amoungst their gorgeous displays of Spring!!

Marissa even helped take some of these pictures. We of course asked for permission to take
the pictures. Kate was very helpful and we had such fun looking and talking with her there.
Go take a time out from your busy day and spend some time in Moments On Main.

1 comment:

  1. Trisha, these are the same embellies I used on my valentine swap cards. I got mine on ebay, they called them "skittles". I don't remember what I paid, but if you can get them here at home for $.80/scoop, I suggest to DO it. You'll save on shipping and waiting. Thanks for sharing this info. I am going to be going to Moments on Main and getting me some more of these.



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