Tea Time Thursday

by Sarah September 23, 2010

This morning I sat down with a cup of tea and flipped through magazines and catalogs. I enjoy doing this as it gives me a glimpse into a world outside Reno. One of my favorite catalogs I receive is from Paper Source. I used to make a trek there every now and again when I lived in Chicago. The original store is located in the River North District at 232 W. Chicago Avenue. It is an old three story building that is divided up into floors-paper, ribbon and stamps etc. It would be an afternoon of browsing and buying. Now my trips are limited to their stores that are in places I visit and via online shopping. Today, I thought I would share my TOP TEN PICKS from the Autumn 2010 Catalog. Please note all these items can be found on their website and if you want some great diy projects check out their blog: p.s.

I apologize for not having actual photos of each item but I am a bit stretched for time today and I thought you would enjoy a little exploration of your own. Have a great day………




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