Lake Champlain Islands, local author to sign books in hometown
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Thursday, July 30, 2009
Saturday, July 25, 2009
Here is the front cover of my collage book. I used a vintage photo album. The pages were heavy cardstock to begin with, no adding extra strength on these pages. I can also use the pages for pockets. I am trying to destash some paper items. I have a few boxes full of scraps I would like to use in some project, this is the project I decided to do. I never throw anything away, another reason to open another shop; http://papercollector.artfire.com/ Stop by if you are in need of some vintage/antique paper for your scrapbooking, altered art, collage projects. Paper items and embellishments you won't find in your typical scrapbooking store. This is a page in the collage book, the image of the fairies was actually one image on a poster that I found at a yard sale over the 4th of July weekend. I have a few more images left to use, maybe you will see them in this book? Be sure to check back often to see the progression with my collage book, feel free to leave a comment with any suggests or ideas, we love to hear from people. Have a great weekend!
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
That's right, we've expanded. We have opened another online store, PaperCollector, on one of the new and upcoming hand-made sites, Art Fire.
We have so much stuff to destash, we had to open another store just to support the variety of supplies we have to offer.
Give us a shout and let us know what you think. If you love scrapbooking, altered art, and journaling and are looking for some unique supplies, give us a look. Be sure to visit often for you never know what we will be destashing next.
Don't forget out our etsy stores, A Closet of Treasures for more craft supplies and Nook & Cranny, where you can find many of the same crafted items you see in our store, along with our signature photography greeting cards by EmmaBeanDesigns.
We've also expanded our reach into Stowe, VT, where you will find our EmmaBeanDesign cards at the The Stowe Art Gallery on Main Street. About a month ago, Donna, the new owner of the store, found our photographs on Etsy and invited us to sell our cards in her shop. Needless to say, we are quite thrilled!!