As dorky as this sounds, the highlight of the week may have been discovering this fabulous cable knit paper at a local paper store. A good paper just makes me giddy.
I don't know what I'm going to do with this yet, but I sure do love these cable knit patterns. Sometimes you have to sit with a supply for awhile before you find it's purpose. For now, I think I'll just pin it to my wall until inspiration strikes.
There are lots of art happenings around the Puget Sound this weekend.
Today, my friends Sarah (of Deeds and Petunia) and Lori (of Parisienne Girl Designs) are going to be setting up shop at the Bellevue Club Holiday Bazaar. They were kind enough to bring along a few of my holiday pins, paper ornaments and paper wreaths to sell in their booth. If you find yourself on the East Side, please come by the bazaar. There's an amazing selection of vendors with lots of wonderful holiday goods for sale. The sale runs from 9 to 3 PM today. For more details, please visit their website.
For all you Tacomans, it's Art at Work month and there are Studio Tours this weekend. It's always interesting to get a peek inside an artist's world and see what they're making and what items of inspiration they surround themselves with in their studio. I plan to hit a few myself, starting with my friend and neighbor, Chandler, of Anagram Press.