Archive for August, 2009
At Paper Source, we’re constantly working to come up with interesting and beautiful ways to do calendars. Last year, we launched our first wall art calendar, a large-scale poster display of gorgeous saturated color. This year, we had a “paper engineering” brainstorm to come up with a fun new take on a monthly calendar– we were aiming for something neat and small, yet super utilitarian. And thus was born the Mini Calendar. It’s so multi-talented, we like to think of it as our little workhorse. Read the rest of this entry »
Which is why we’ve created Rookie Rubber Stamping, an all-store workshop designed to explain all the incredible (and easy) things you can do with rubber stamps– enhancing invitations, stationery, favor boxes– really anything! In this technique class, you’ll learn to differentiate between stamp pads, when to use various inks and what papers work best. Plus, you’ll create your own “primer” filled with stamped swatches using our extensive collection of rubber stamps.
After you leave, you’ll be ready to face the rubber stamping wall with the confidence and inspiration to create dozens of new projects. If you’re ready to perform rubber stamping magic, mark your calendar and join us!
WHAT: Rookie Rubber Stamping Workshop
WHERE: All Paper Source stores
WHEN: Thursday, August 20. Times vary, see store for details.
HOW: Visit our workshop page to find your store & purchase your $35 ticket.
Seats are limited so sign up now!
Being organized is a beautiful thing. So is finding easy ways to be creative! Labels and stickers are a perfect blend of the two because they satisfy the urge to get organized in a creative way. Here are a few fun ways we at Paper Source like to use labels and stickers.
In school we all remember covering our books with paper to hide their second hand covers. You can do the same thing with books on your shelves at home, color coordinating cookbooks, home décor, gardening, art, fiction, Read the rest of this entry »