October 28, 2007

Paper, Paper and more Paper

I spent most of my Saturday at the Paper Event. It is a three day event but working on Thursday and Friday I was not able to attend. So Saturday I made a day of it. The local Art Media store is who puts on this event and they put together some great demos and such fabulous papers and accessories for all sorts of paper crafting. I was lucky to meet Debra Glanz from Reminiscence papers. Along with Mary O'neil owner of Hot Potatoes rubber stamps. This time around she was just there as a spectator not demoing or selling her products. She commented she wanted to know what it felt like to just carry one suitcase on a flight instead of 8 or 9. She is such a sweet lady with a Tennessee accent. I also met Jacki Crist who did a demo on Backgrounds to Dye for. Along with all the excitement of the Paper Event, the local Farmers Market was also going on. that was just an extra bonus. The weather made for a great Fall day. So I did come away with some paper of course. Here is just a few of them.


They are the large 30" by 20" sheets. So since I don't have a flat draw or surface to store them. And rather that storing them in rolls. I found a great way to display them.



It was a little wall space that I took a hanger with some clips and cliped the stackof papers to and hung it from a nail on my wall. Next to my new still getting organized book shelves. I just needed more storage room. I just needed to move everything from my tables to some place so I got these shelves and right now it is just put on the shelves in no such order. So some of the similar things are in different places.

I should get to working on my Altered Book pages. Since the group meets this afternoon at Collage.

Take Care everyone. Keep on Creating.
:)

2 comments:

Tammy said...

You are certainly keeping busy with your paper arts! Thanks for popping by my blog...fun to hear from you! Take care...

m i c h e l l e said...

Ohhh your craft room looks wonderful! And LOVE how you store/display your large sheets of paper!