Wow, I've never known two postal services to work so well. Maybe they read my previous post. The inchies only took one week to arrive. Since then I've been happily stamping one inch stamps on pretty cardstock. I mean I had to see what each and every one looked like (I didn't realize just how many I had ordered). Now to get up the nerve to actually use the official inchies, which turn out to be inch-and-a-quarter-ies, because I didn't read the product description properly. But there is that serendipity again, because I actually really like the size I got and think one inch would be too small for my old and bent body to work on all the time. Of course, I've got the one inch punch if I want to go true inchie. And it makes great little squares. I highly recommend ellenhutson.com. They were helpful all along the way.
Now on to my rather larger order from scrapbook.com. Fingers crossed that it doesn't take the outside estimate of 25 days to arrive. I hope that that is just cya. When that order arrives I will be a great deal farther along towards being prepared for Mixed Minded in May. A lot of the recommended supplies were not in stock in local stores. Of course, the Magic of Oz papers and stuff weren't called for, but I am a rabid Oz fan and couldn't resist. I had better get to usin' some of these things I am ordering and post some pictures. I am a bit of a hoarder and can't quite yet make myself use any of the new things. So far I'm happy just admiring them.
Upward and onward. Bring on the Cricut machine.