Scrap has basically everything you could ever want to craft like fabric, magazines, paint and even the kitchen sink. Literally (kind of):
I had heard about Scrap before but thought it was going to be expensive. It was started by a group of teachers who didn't want to throw away their art supplies and somehow I got it in my head the point of the store was to raise money for schools. (Which, translated, usually means "expensive).
I was wrong.
What would you use paper binding strips for? No idea, but I bet I could come up with something if it only cost fifty cents!
It was almost overwhelming. There was so much amazing-ness that I couldn't decide what I needed, so here's what I ended up with:
Total cost? $2.60. Yes, please!
This post is already photo heavy, so I'll save the next place for tomorrow. All's I'll say is, Isaac loved it. :)
It's quite possible that there was a Santa conference or pub crawl going on in North Portland, because the street was lined with scenes like this:
We ended with dinner at Fire on the Mountain Wings where I felt like a wuss because their mildest sauce was almost too hot for me. We played Trivial Pursuit while we waited for our food.