Wednesday 13th October 2010

by chel

cranes in the sky...

I just found this- a company, Everything in Paper Crafting, is giving away free packs (NO shipping- completely free!) of origami paper to anyone interested. They just ask that if you like your paper and want to order more, you’ll give their company a try.

Here’s the link.

I don’t have any association with this company, but I thought I would share the opportunity! It’s a very generous offer, I think.

I found the link on this incredible blog –Sandy and the 100 Paper Cranes. I am *so* inspired by what she is doing- I really do love personal creative missions. I wish her much success. So cool!!

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  1. linda says:

    Wow, that’s amazing! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Sandy says:

    Thanks for the lovely write up. (And for actually coming to check out my project!) Have put this up in my mentions section and your blog in my blogroll. 🙂 While not Southwest, Florida, I will be in the Tampa area around Thanksgiving and will definitely be doing some crane placing them. 🙂 Thanks for the offer. I’m in the process of figuring out a way people could help. Stay tuned! And thanks again.

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I'm Chel (pronounced "shell", short for "Michele").

I'm an artist, graduate student (Buddhist Studies), writer, gardener, art historian, long-distance swimmer, crochet-er, movie watcher, animal lover, and avid reader.

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