Friday, January 6, 2012


OK, kids.  Sit down and Miss Kate will tell you a story of a wonderful happening in the world of recycled crafting.

Once upon a time there was a woman who lived in VT and called herself Recycle Moe. Actually, she called her business Recycle Moe. Anyone could tell by looking at Moe that she had a certain flair for life and craft.  She made lots and lots of great things out of recycled materials. She designed great products and sold them all across the land (well, VT, at least).  One fine summer day she sold a little purse made out of a discarded cassette tape to a woman from Bowdoinham who brought the little purse home and showed Miss Kate, telling her all about the wonderful crafter in VT named Moe.  Kate wanted to learn more... like how the heck did Moe make a notebook out of a floppy disk???

It turns out that Moe had a website and generously answered her fan mail, and told the fan from Bowdoinham that she made her cool little notepads with the help of  ...(musical fanfare here, including trumpets)...

        The Zutter Bind-it-All!

Within 2 hours of getting the trade secret revealed by Moe, Miss Kate was ordering up her OWN Zutter Bind-it-All, and soon, the joys of making journals out of recycled stuff spread to Bowdoinham.

Miss Kate especially liked making journals out of Readers Digest Condensed Books.

Miss Kate made lots and lots of journals and raised lots and lots of money for her library.
She is very thankful to Moe and hopes to meet her in VT some day.

And they all lived happily ever after.