As I was cutting up hundreds upon hundreds of pages, I thought it was going to seriously deplete my supply. But, I think I'm safe there... (I have two more storage places for papers too)
The fairy tale books that I have been buying went up on top of the Treat Cabinet for storage. I like having them separate from my other hoarded piles of old books, so that I don't accidentally use the pages for wrapping paper. These are special!
My poor, poor studio, still has not recovered from kit making for an Enchanted Affaire. But look! The kits are DONE. Two giant boxes are filled up and ready to mail when the time comes. What a nice feeling to have it all packed up a month early.
Well, mostly all of it. I still have to box up examples, extras, etc to take along. I'll probably add those to my suitcase. These boxes are heavy... what makes me decide to make such elaborate, complicated, heavy kits to ship all the way across the country??? I tend to get carried away by what would be exciting to do, not by what is practical to do.
The kits are wrapped in papers and ribbons that can be used when creating the project. And what is fun about these packets of goodies, is that no two are just alike. It would be impossible for two people to make the same book. And they are chock full of The Good Stuff. Yummy!