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  1. Hi Melissa! I love your room!! You must feel lucky and happy to have a husband who is good with wood(building)!! And he did very awesome job! I wish I have a big and nice room like yours.
    I also wanted to say that I love visiting your blog and watch videoes. I really appreciate how you teach(speak or explain things) us nicely and thats helps me to understand easily(I am a Japanese and English is my second language as you can see here :) I thank you for that. Thanks for sharing your talent with us. You sure inspire me!
    I have a question for you, if you don’t mind. Do you know where to get fibers? You know it’s not like regular ribbons. What I am looking for is more fluffy with bunch of different kind of ribbons and fibers together ones. I see people use it on mini album ring. I usualy shop at 2peas or scrapbook.com( yea I know I don’t have much choice living in tiny island :) but I could not find it there. I hope I didnot give you any troubles with this question.
    Have a wonderful week!


  2. Thanks so much for the kind comment, Aki! I’m glad you are enjoying the videos! :)

    Unfortunately, I don’t have a whole lot of advice on the fibers. I have fibers, but everything that I bought was purchased locally at scrapbook stores. You can try to Google “scrapbooking fibers” to see if a store comes up that ships to Japan. Ebay may also be a place to try. I wish I could be of more help.

    Take care!!

  3. Aki – I have found fibers at KNitting & sewing shops, rubber stamp/altered art stores and even some Art Supply stores. I am not sure where to find things in Japan… but they are always *somewhere* (like I found rubber stamps in the garden centers in Germany)
    If you have a local university that teaches creative arts – you might ask them where students shop for supplies. Students *always* know where to get supplies cheap! 😀

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