Thursday, June 28, 2007

Handmade Paper Packs for Sale!

I went a little nuts making background papers over the past couple of weeks. I just felt like playing with paints and inks and rubber stamps and foam stamps. The thing is, I couldn't possibly use all these papers in a lifetime!

Soooo, I've decided to try an experiment. I'm selling packages of papers, approximately 5 x 5 inches or 5 x 6 inches in size, with at least 10 pieces in each package (some will be duplicates), via my blog. Each package is $8, including shipping. I will accept payment via PayPal only. At the moment I have 10 packs made up, but I can make more if there is interest.

Please e-mail me at lori@lzommunications.com if you are interested in buying a package. First come, first served!

Here are some photos of the big sheets of paper before I tore them into size for the packages:












And here are a few close-ups of some of the papers:














And last but not least, here's a photo of the papers as you will receive them in your package:



Thanks for looking,

Lori

4 comments:

Nona Parry said...

Lori, these are just beautiful!

Anonymous said...

:~:~*Hello!*~:~

I've been a bit consumed lately! I know I was meaning to come back around earlier than now, but I haven't had the proper chance! I would have *JUMPED!* at the chance to purchase a pack, if there was an option for "money order" as that is the way I like to pay! =)

I *love!* these handmade papers!! Was it hard to make!? I never attempted such a thing, but boy! Do I like the results!! You used rubberstamp inks!? Hmmmmm... I bet I could use those + watercolours... as those are nearly the only kinds I am *not!* allergic too! *oy!*

Simply beautiful! =) *smiles* You have given me inspiration! Maybe after Summer I can attempt these!

~:~:~:*periwinkles, Indi*~:~:~

Anonymous said...

Lori, what fun! You were definitely consummed with the process! I love to do 8 1/2" X 11" pieces of cardstock with inks. I use a lot of glossy with alcohol inks and then stamp all over the sheets. I love this process......you can create the perfect background paper for your projects! Great job, Lori!

inkybru

Sue Cole said...

I couldn't find any place to contact you other than this. I would be interested in a paper pack and also what process you used to make the larger piece with the writing and big flower shapes on it. I don't have a website, but you can contact me at akartisan@gci.net
Thanks
Sue