When a person says, paper, it can mean a variety of things, but in this case, I’m talking about ladies who have refined their skills to create beautiful memories with paper.
They come from far and wide, Canada, Michigan, New York, and Virginia, but have one thing in common – they are generous and share their time, patience, and skills with those of us who have definitely not acquired any refined paper skills, at least yet. 🙂
Cards, portfolios, gift bag purses, gift box, and traveler’s notebooks – fun stuff.
Can I explain every step to finish the project? Probably not. Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I could create a purse made of paper, but I did with a lot of help from a friend.
I don’t have the inventory of tools to create paper projects all by myself, but I’ve certainly learned more this year because the talented lady from PA often works on her projects where we can observe. I like it because it is similar to quilting in that I can cut paper to fit a certain space like I do with fabric.
A snowbird is defined as a person from the north who moves to a warmer climate in the winter. That is definitely true.
But, more important are the people you meet and the laughter you share over various events like craft classes or our Super Bowl pizza party last night.
Happy first Monday in February!
I hope you get to see or talk to a good friend this week and share a laugh or two. It’s good for the soul.