Vacation paper – yay!
Confession time – it seems that I’ve become one of those paranoid people who gets freaked out over the possibility of someone breaking into their house, based on information posted online. Now I can comfortably reveal that I just returned from a 1 1/2 week vacation.
I had an awesome time. My hubby and I did a National Park loop through Colorado, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming. We are big National Park fans. You can read more about this in my post about my National Parks passport.
Being who I am, I had to find someplace to buy paper. It seems that there aren’t a whole lot of paper stores out in the Midwest. I did find Kozo Fine Art Materials in Denver, CO. They have a nice selection of papers and a small quantity of bookcloth (Kennett).
I bought three sheets, different colors (red, lime, and black) of an embossed reptile paper. I love love love the intensity of the colors. It’s also nice and shiny. I just want to run my fingers over it all day.
Do I know what I’m going to do with this paper? Nope. Well, except for love it so very very much.
If you read my last post, then you would know that under no circumstances would The Tube not accompany me on this vacation.
Now that I think about it, there were no paper-related freak outs during this trip.
This is a first.
[pats self on back]
During my trip I was able to get another sticker for The Tube.
I feel silly asking for stickers, but store owners usually seem flattered to have been asked.
At least that’s what I’ve been telling myself.