I stopped by the Paper Source on M Street, NW in Georgetown yesterday. I was looking for a big "N" for a project. I checked their website and found that they have paper maiche letters, uppercase and lowercase, that they refer to as "craft letters." Fortunately, they had a big "N" in stock.
Of course, you cannot just walk into the Paper Source, find your big "N", pay for it and leave. At least I cannot. On the table where I found the big "N" were all sorts of other paper maiche items. I ventured a little further and found some cocktail napkins. A little further and some Christmas tree ornaments for my Saks Fifth Avenue tree.
So, by the time I left I had a few things more than just a big "N", which is how it should be. You never know when a creative idea will pop into your head. These paper maiche trees will look wonderful all glittered up. The ornaments are not clear in this picture, but will be clear once I get the Saks tree decorated. They are tiny versions of the old glass bulbs that my mother had for our tree when I was but just a little interior decorator in the making. The cocktail napkins say, "She decided to try Naughty this year." Now to get busy and get all these things ready for the season. I might have to throw an open house this year after I get all the decorations out. Fun!!
Thursday, November 15, 2012
A Trip to Paper Source
John Newman is a Certified Interior Designer and Blogger. He began his first blog, Welcome to Crest Avenue, in July 2011 which was an overwhelming success. In his new blog, At Home with John Newman, readers are again taken on a daily adventure through the interior space and outdoor gardens of his home on Dewey Street. Frequent visits to the kitchen are also popular among readers. His personal recipes, which can be found on the blog, are filled with a variety of delectable delights which he encourages all who visit to prepare for family and quests. John enjoys interacting with his readers, so send your emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.