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Installation by Paul Cocksedge

Don’t go to the card store for that last minute birthday card! Come see us. In the Textile Arts Center’s 4-week course students will learn the basics of paper-making and how to do it from home.

Morris + Essex


There is a slow and steady movement towards green, and what is the most wasted commodity in the world?  Paper, especially around the holidays.  Thousands of holiday, thank you, and wish you were here cards go out in the next few months.  However, I have always been told that the best gifts are the ones you make yourself.  Putting all that time, effort, and love into the creation of a card makes it twice as special.

Pinecone + Chickadee


Avie Designs Holiday Cards

“Peppermint” by Tiny Prints

Pear Tree Greetings

Norie & Lee

Two Trick Pony

The simple design can say everything.  It is the greatest expression of love that we have to offer: to bring a new idea into the world all because of another.

Modern Printed Matter

MichelleBrusegaard

Steppie


Notice how all these cards have a simple design that is stamped or screen printed onto them. During the Textile Arts Center’s “Personal Stationary” class you will carve your own design to keep and make cards forever!  Sign up! Don’t let the opportunity blow away.

Installation by Paul Cocksedge

Nice and cozy inside. And you can’t tell but…summer is right around the corner.

It’s been strange planning our Summer Camp for 2010 while it snows, blizzards, freezes. Our brochure is finally here, though! Just in time. : )

Sorry for the absense. We are in the midst of many many things… new schedules, new classes, new website and materials, andddd… MOVING! We’ve been searching far and wide for the perfect location and we think we have found it. So that I do not jinx it, I won’t say where yet or post any pictures of it.. Soon!

New, fun, posts soon — promise.

 

After many failed attempts to properly upload the “making of” video for the MetaLoom on YouTube, we just have to accept the copyright infringment laws. So, I’ll try right here instead. Hope you all enjoy jerky, handheld photography. : )