October 21, 2018
I had such fun watching Elissa Campbell of Blue Roof Designs create the projects in the 2019 Twelve Months of Paper How-to Book & Calendar over on Instagram during the past two weeks. I asked her to do it, and was delighted that she said yes! Watching her make the projects gave me this idea: I’m going to make the projects in the early parts of November and December and it would be fun to have a couple of you make-along with me! I’m doing a giveaway and you can win a chance to make with me (online)! Two lucky winners will be chosen at random.
If you’ve already purchased a calendar, you are welcome to make-along too! I know many of you are giving these as holiday gifts, so I might repeat this in the new year. I look forward to seeing what we create!
Two lucky winners will receive a copy of the 2019 Twelve Months of Paper How-To Book & Calendar + the custom paper pack including everything needed to make the projects.
If you win, you should be willing to create and post about at least four of the projects in the calendar on social media in November and/or December (or you can share your images and thoughts via e-mail with me and I will share). Projects take about 30 minutes to create.
To enter (US residents only please): Please leave a comment on this post below (I’d love to hear which project or paper inspires you in this video). Please include an email address with your comment in order to be contacted if you win. Double your chances by following me and/or commenting on the giveaway post with this same picture over on Instagram. The giveaway ends on Friday, October 26th when two winners will be chosen at random and notified.
I am making a bubble paper to take to the annual meeting of the Friends of Dard Hunter in Iowa City this week. If you’re in the area, I’ll be at the trade fair in the Iowa Memorial Union from 1-8pm this Thursday (October 25th) with a few papers, calendars, artist’s books and how-to books.
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