Friday, September 03, 2010

finished: one week at a time

It's been such a busy week.  I haven't stopped since getting back from New York (and tonight, I'm really feeling the drag).
This week I finished three wholesale orders--to three stores that I'm so excited to be a part of: Urban Mercantile, in San Francisco, Papel New York in Brooklyn, and The Drawing Board right here in Montpelier.  I did a little photo shoot with the Drawing Board's goodies before I dropped off the box with Jodi, Liz, and Jen. 

Don't you just love the way pages drape and curve?  They're so sturdy and practical, and yet are so light.
Also this week: I've been thinking about this packaging for six months--no, seriously.  My decorative papers, stitched on the sewing machine into pretty little packages for card sets.

2 comments:

Albertine Press said...

That packaging? Oh yes. Time to bump up the wholesale prices. Too wonderful! Are you diecutting the centers?

Maudie Made said...

Fantastic - I LOVE your card packaging - what a great idea! I often make my own envelopes, there's something very satisfying about it!!