Monday, August 4, 2008

The Paper Pusher is Back


Shasta daisy from my garden

The Mad Mad Housewife has affectionately labeled me as a paper pusher... well when the shoe fits you might as wear it.

I discovered Suann over at Jane's site and quickly went to visit her at etsy. Suann is creating beautiful letterpress paper.
I ordered this:




and these.



Both came quickly and wrapped beautifully. She even added in some extra notecards and pencils. She also has a wonderful blog called Simplesong. Add her to your shopping list and blog roll. I think you will be glad you did!

So there's your fix for today. Thank goodness I'm pushing paper and not the wacky tobaccy that Mary Louise Parker is pushing in Weeds. I finally finished season one and can't wrap my mind around everything that happens. Maybe, because I can actually picture the whole plot happening in our town. And that's, about all I will say on that subject!
Happy Monday all!

6 comments:

a friend to knit with said...

oh! i got so sidetracked while here. so sorry. :)
and next thing i knew, i was placing an order at gap!

love this stationery! i am a paper lover. so i need a paper pusher in my life!

i have never seen weeds...........but now i am dying to rent it just so i can find out what is going on in your town!

Jane said...

excellent selections .... i think the hello/camera card could be the cutest thing ever.

and i agree, the wrapping is perfect, too. :)

MadMad said...

Oh, no! Sooo cute!

(Oh, and P.S. Season 2 got so wacky I finally lost interest. She just got too nuts...)

Jane said...

Leslie-Just so you know, I lead a pretty boring life...NOT like those on Weeds!

Jane-I think I might put my pictures on the back of the hello cards and use them as gift enclosures.

Rachel-My brother told me the same thing about season 2. Thanks for the heads-up!

Joslyn said...

we're sharing a brain...i love suann and was lucky enough to get some of her letterpress cards too.

and now i have to go rent all the back episodes of weeds...

kerstin said...

Oh, I'm so hopelessly lost with following the latest tv shows. Maybe I'll try to catch up when the kids are back in school. Would definitely make for good knittin' time. And I have NO idea what is going on in my town and I kinda like it like that. :)

Cute paper goods!