Oct 27, 2008

Just for the Fun of It

I've been paper shopping. It really is an obsession of mine. I love to be surrounded by it. Spreading them out to see what might work as a background for my art or altered object. Actually, I buy faster than I use. Giggle. Anyone else like that? Fess us! I hope that those who drop by would like some free ones. To enter, just leave a comment about these wonderful "Me & My Big Ideas" papers. On Nov. 15 I will pick a winner. There are 15 different, 6x6 pieces. Some flocked, foil, embossed and some not. They are very pretty and unusual. It's a smaller format but, I know all you creative souls would find somewhere to use them. Thanks for dropping by. I'll announce the winner on a future post. You can enlarge the picture by double clicking on it.
This post was inspired by Char at the wonderful blog "The Pickled Pepper Patch". She is such a creative and generous soul. Drop by and visit, I know you can't just stop once. Giggle! Until later, :o) P

7 comments:

Bren said...

Hey! Love those papers!! Have you gotten inspired?? Hope the goodies I left for ya helped. Ya got em didn't ya?

Luv ya

Grace Maurer said...

I love the papers you bought. I have an obsession sometimes with papers and little items for altered art. I buy stuff with the best intentions and then it's always stored in my craft closet for another time.

Kathy-Catnip Studio said...

Hi, I found you from Sunshine and Ravioli's blog, and I have a paper obsession, too! Those "Me & My Big Ideas" papers look scrumptious in any size!

Tami said...

Ohhhh paper! I love me some paper, no matter how much paper I already have I can never pass up the paper isles at the craft stores.

I found your blog via The Pickled Pepper Patch.

Linda said...

Count me in please!

Miranda said...

Oh and of course count me in. I have been wanting to try my hand at the little cards and tags....these Me and My Big Ideas papers would be a great start!!

Mandi

dbailes574 said...

I adore your "Me & My Big Ideas" papers. I also collect papers of all kinds and find them to be a big inspiration.
Your art cards and art projects are beautiful. Keep creating....
Donna Bailes