Wednesday

Want to Trade

I have an extra copy of the recent release of Somerset Studio Gallery Summer 2007, still in the shipping envelope. I would be happy to trade it for authentic vintage papers circa 1800 and early 1900's such as letters, envelopes, ledger pages and or other papers.


As there may be more than one that would like to trade, I will draw a name from all replies to this post. Your reply must state that you would like to trade and when you will ship your package. On Wednesday, June 13th, around 9 AM Eastern Time I will draw a name and contact you for a mailing address. Once I have the address I will add it to the envelope and make a run to the Post Office.

Here's a peek at a few of the CollageScape PhotoFrames I mentioned in the last post I have been working on. I have them everywhere in different stages of the process. This small stack is waiting on embellishments. Until next time.....Back to work, would like to get this order out tomorrow.

Debbie

9 comments:

Angela said...

Oh, I so wish I had paper other than old books. Nothing of what you want but I can't wait to see what you will make with them. Hope the smoke is clearing some your way and the rain over the weekend helped.

vintagecollage said...

Angela, I bet we can work something out. The smoke is much better during the day, afternoons when the sea breeze kicks in we are still dealing with it. Thanks! Debbie

Evoke-Designs by Lorraine said...

Debbie, I can't wait to see some of these done. Be sure to post them to the MMCA group. They look so neat just stacked up like that!

Darlene_W said...

I have an old book I can trade called Lavender and Old Lace by Myrtle Reed. It's from 1902. :) I also tons and tons of papers from an old paperback math book from the 1950's. Let me know if either interest you! I would love to trade.

vintagecollage said...

Lorraine, Thanks for stopping by. I will share some on MMCA soon. Did you see the one I posted a few days ago here? Debbie

vintagecollage said...

Darlene, I would love to put you in the drawing for the trade. Both sound great! Debbie

Lara Berch said...

Hi. My name is Lara Berch. I have just launched a new website with step by step art tutorials. I was wondering if it's possible to exchange links with you. http://www.laraberch.com
Thank you very much for your time.
Sincerely
Lara

vintagecollage said...

Lara, thanks for visiting. I will contact you regarding the link exchange. Thanks, Debbie

Heather Robinson said...

These frames are a wonderful idea. I can see why they are so popular.