I have been busy updating paperlaces.com with new pages. Chapter one of my free paper lace idea book has been online for a few days now, but I am still busy adding photos and links to it. Within the next couple of days it should be completely finished (if all goes according to plan.) Even now it is finished enough that you should be able to enjoy it, if you want to take a look at it.
Click here to See Amy’s Free Paper Lace Idea Book, Chapter One: Materials and Supplies. If you haven’t already read the introduction to the book, Please click here to see it.
Other recent paperlaces.com web site updates:
- I made a new page featuring Prima Marketing’s Lace-themed paper crafts products.
- I made a new page dedicated to Fiskars’ Threading Water Punch.
- I made some updates to my page featuring Martha Stewart’s Punches. This isn’t a brand new page; it’s been on the site for awhile, but I’ve added some new things to it that you might be interested in seeing. If you are interested in a simple way of making paper lace, Martha Stewart brand border punches are definitely worth checking out.
- My digital paper lace page has been updated. Even if you’re not a digital scrapbooker, you might be interested in some of the latest digikits I’ve posted. I found some amazingly gorgeous digikits for scalloped lacy journaling blocks that could save you a small fortune if you typically purchase cardstock journaling blocks. These are really trendy and pretty.
As soon as I finish up with posting the links and photos in Chapter One of the Free Paper Lace Idea Book, I’ll be moving on to posting chapter 2, which is the fun part; it is where we actually get into creating basic paper laces. I’m excited to share these techniques with you! Thanks for dropping by, and please check back soon.