Reminiscence Papers

25 Days of Paper – Day 16

December 16, 2017
On the even days during December, I’m highlighting the companies that are sponsors of the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. These companies work hard to bring us beautiful papers, paper products, paper journalism, paper- and book making tools, paper history and more. Today, we learn about Reminiscence Papers.

Reminiscence Papers is an online store selling papers and supplies for artists and craftspersons working in various media. Reminiscence offers papers in several sizes, as well as letterpress type, collage paper, vintage buttons, bookbinding paper, toy parts (new and vintage), origami paper, twill tapes and so much more. Many, but not all, of the papers in the Reminiscence Papers line are designed by Debra Glanz, and while all of these were designed primarily for book arts, they have found a much wider range of applications.


Debra uses some of her papers and ephemera to create whimsical artwork as well! Give yourself plenty of time to browse the more than 500 items listed in her Etsy Shop.

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About Our Sponsor: Debra Glanz is a paper artist/bookbinder/paper designer/mixed media fool who has had many, many, many occasions to seek and acquire any number of bits and pieces that she just knew she would be able to use in her work………..someday. And usually she does. However, things have started piling up and the elves that are supposed to come into her studio every night to organize and tidy up have gone on strike and refuse to cross the threshold until she “lightens the load”. That and something about paid vacations and a fully funded dental plan. (Who knew the elf union was so powerful). To that end, she has agreed to part with an unreasonably large percentage of her treasures – lucky you!

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About the 25 Days of Paper 2017: I’m delighted to share my ideas for using this amazing material with you. If you’d like more info about the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar or the online class, click here. Receive these blog updates via e-mail by adding your address in the upper right hand corner of this page. Enjoy the season!

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