Mama Moss was chillin in her Kansas City crib when I ran out of blue thread. There is no relationship between those 2 events except that I put them together in 1 sentence. From deep in the bottom of the sewing basket I found some lime green thread. Meanwhile, Mama Moss put on her party pants and turned up her Essential Miles Davis album.
Back in the real world I found another Hammerpress card! Sewed more paper to other paper. The bed photo card came with an etsy order. It was taken by Flo Kane in Ireland. Her flickr stream is HERE. I left the top unstitched. In case I need to tuck something inside.
Found this old postcard I sent myself back in 2005. Decided to sew it into the current Paris journal.
These old photo albums are so inspiring. So many different lives waiting to be lived. Endless ideas for book building. Journal binding. They've really caught my heart on fire.
When we get to Paris I'll show you more details. Maybe in a cozy cafe... by the Seine... over a gleaming white cup of cafe creme. I'll keep you posted.
If you'll be going on walkabouts in Paris soon, real or virtual, I've listed a few outstanding books in my sidebar to add to your arsenal. My enthusiasm for and insider knowledge of Paris are inversely correlated. Don't imagine me an expert by any stretch of the imagination. An excited chimp with a map is more accurate.
p.s. the HELENSBURGH post that went out earlier today on google reader was a flub. i meant to post it to the ROD class blog. oops.