Every now and then, I just want to give Twitter a hug. Over the past year, I have come to really love the Twitter bookbinding community. After leaving a full-time office environment for the solitude of my studio, I found camaraderie in my Twitter friends - they became my studio mates.
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I don't know about you, but I'm a total Black Friday shopper. I will get up early and fight the crowds to get a good deal.My name is Elissa and I'm a compulsive bargain shopper.Thankfully, I've been notified of some great online sales that may be of interest to you
I've never been shy about proclaiming how much I love love love the French Paper Company.In addition to making fabulous papers that I've been using for years, they've also been an inspiration for branding. They set a high bar - their design is infused with a style and humor that
...and says,This is a stick up! Everybody spread 'em!"Yeah, I bought a big-ass tub of glue.Now I can finally say something that I'll probably never be able to say again: That tub is a few inches shy of an inflatable Jerry French.
I mean seriously cool.Peggy Skycraft has been making the most gorgeous marbled and painted papers since 1970. She is considered a master marbler and if you look at her work, you can see why.I became acquainted with Peggy's work when I worked at Paper Source in the mid-90's. From the
I was so happy when I finished my last Dremel post. I thought that I could finally write about some new things. But after reading everyone's responses to my posts, I realized that a lot of you have older Dremels without owner's manuals - definitely a barrier to using one.I
If you haven't already guessed it, I love my Dremel. It's my baby.If I ever find that my hubby has used it to clean grout in the bathroom, I will have to kill him.That said, welcome to the last post in my series of posts related to the use of
Welcome to part two of my series of blog posts based on information collected from Jill Timm's class, The Amazing Dremel at the 2009 Focus on Book Arts conference.As mentioned in my last Dremel post, this post focuses on tips for using a Dremel with specific materials. I took six
Yeah, I'm an overachiever.I originally thought I could fit all of my notes from Jill Timm's class, The Amazing Dremel, into one blog post.Bwahahahahahahah!!!I did not take into account how many notes I took during the workshop. In fact, my table neighbor at the workshop teased me for two days
I'm bad.I know I have a schedule of committed blog posts, but I thought I would squeak another one in here.Last Wednesday afternoon was just one of those times when you feel all warm and fuzzy about where you live and what you do. I'm not sure if it's a