All Good Things…..

The following email is being sent to all who have subscribed to the Paper Event email lists.  I am including it here for those who may not receive it and also as a reference for those in the Portland, OR area who might be interested in some of the resources:

At long last we have decided to retire the Paper Event email list – when was the last time someone wrote to tell you that they’re taking you OFF of a mailing list?  To all of you who shopped at, participated in, supported and commiserated with the Paper Events, we thank you.  Our combined passion for all things paper burns on and we offer the following local resources to help you fulfill your paper needs and desires:

Art Media

Carries an ever-changing assortment of decorative papers, art papers, drawing papers, printing papers….you name it.  They also have a great range of tools, adhesives and more.

Reminiscence Papers at Etsy

I have taken much of the product that was offered at Paper Event, along with a vast assortment of new items, to my Etsy shop.  Check back often as new items are added almost daily.

Debra Glanz

Once Reminiscence Papers at Etsy was established I decided to create another site for my finished work – primarily boxes. While this is a great, convenient source for my boxes those of you in town might want to check out Hoffman Gallery at Oregon College of Art & Craft as they not only have a nice collection of my work but an amazing offering of work from other artists.  8245 Southwest Barnes Road, Portland, OR 97225-6349   (503) 297-5544

You might also check out my website (which I am resolving to be better at keeping up to date) at I’m going begin a reference to other paper arts sites there soon.

Focus On Book Arts

This wonderful biennial conference is the place to go for workshops relating to books and paper.  Check out their website for conference dates and be sure to visit their vendor Market on June 26 & 27, 2011.

The Accidental Bookmaker/Green Heron Book Arts

This is a great store/website offering book making kits, bookbinding supplies and papers.  Check them out online and visit the Forest Grove store.  The offer classes too!

If you have any other questions you can drop me a line.

Take care,


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