Here are the last few pages folded out. This book is living at The Great American Stamp Store in Connecticut until late June when I teach the class there!
Spending this afternoon tearing a lot of paper for my East Coast Classes. Slowly but surely it will get done. I always like the deckle edge look as much as possible. I don't know if my Mom's mailman is going to like me when I ship all of this paper to Massachusetts next week!
Speaking of upcoming classes, Saturday's class in Fremont is almost sold out. Don't wait too long as space is limited. I'm really looking forward to teaching several new classes there.
Folks have asked about the paper that I'm using lately. I buy from Kelly Paper (no affiliation!) My favorite paper is still the 140 Neenah Exact Index (Neenah bought out the Wausau paper mills.) I've been using Accent Opaque Digital Cover Stock in various heavy weights. It's difficult for me to order the Neenah Paper as Kelly Paper wants me to buy a case and I just don't have the room (tiny apartment) to store that much paper. It's also heavy as hell. Accent Opaque Cover is a good substitute and now it's available in a variety of different heavy weights.