Finding Beauty in Unexpected Objects

Tweet Pin It In the last two years I have opened two Etsy shops and it has been quite a learning experience, full of unanticipated lessons and surprising discoveries.  Initially I opened my Reminiscence Papers shop to sell  my own finished studio work and papers left over from my own wholesale paper design business as […]

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Winter Workshops

Tweet Workshops will be held in the SW Portland/Beaverton area.  Feel free to contact me for more information. WINTER WORKSHOPS with Debra Glanz Many of you have asked and now the answer is YES – I will be teaching workshops this winter.  These Winter Workshops (outlined below) are designed to brighten your days, spice up […]

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armed and dangerous – that’s me!

Tweet A couple of weeks ago I had the good fortune to participate in a workshop called “The Amazing Dremel” taught by Jill Timm.  I had heard of this workshop a couple of years earlier from participants at the Focus on Books Conference in Forest Grove Oregon.  I was participating in the market at that […]

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more than you ever wanted to know

Tweet Anyone intimately familiar with Etsy knows that there are a myriad of “teams”, tighly or loosely gathered shops with a variety of purposes, and I belong to a few.  In The Making (Think Different/Outside the Box) is what I consider my “home team” and it consist of a very dedicated  group of Etsy shop […]

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All Good Things…..

Tweet 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 […]

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Not Another One!

Tweet Oh yes, hot on the heels of opening my first Etsy shop (Reminiscence Papers) I decided that one was not enough and opened shop number 2 – cleverly named “Debra Glanz”.  It’s not that one shop couldn’t hold it all, but it seems I have something of a split personality……no big surprise there.  While […]

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It’s Not So Bad

Tweet Many find winters in the Pacific Northwest winter a bit dreary – mild but lots of gray, gray days.  While I understand the feeling I have, being a native Oregonian, come to find a lot of comfort and energy from the winter doldrums.  The weather  is not really tempting me out so I find […]

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Something Old, Something New

Tweet All of you last minute shoppers are invited to join Debra Glanz & Sandy Visse & friends on Saturday, Dec. 11th & Sunday December 12th from 10-5 for our gazillionth annual Holiday Sale & Party.  We will offer the work that you have come to know and love (?) with some amusing new stuff.  […]

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Boxes available for Purchase on Etsy

Tweet I have recently opened an Etsy store where boxes, books, papers and more can now be purchased.  For those of you unfamiliar with Etsy, I encourage you to check it out.  Etsy is a global marketplace where anyone can buy or sell art, fine craft, art supplies, or vintage wares and the range of […]

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What Ever Happened to Reminiscence Papers?

Tweet Reminiscence Papers was a wholesale company that I began in 1994/1995 to try and sell my handbound books, photo boxes, frames & albums to a larger market.  After about two years of taking these products to large Trade Shows in Atlanta, NY, Chicago, etc. I realized that those products which were handmade in my […]

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