....this is my latest Eiglas Papercrafting Kit (available on my 'Eiglassing' site).
'Okay,' you say, 'what's so exciting about that? You're always making these.'
'Ahh but, ahh but.....' says I 'they've never been in a paper pad before, have
And they haven't! So that's why I'm excited - they work even blown up to 12 x 12!
I make all of my images from scratch or from a photograph or image that I myself have created. They are not derivative of any other artist, except in the normal 'loose' way of osmosis and nothing under the sky being new and I'm very proud of that.
So, that's it!
There are fifteen sheets of good quality medium/heavyweight paper (180gsm - equivalent of really famous pads in my possession) in one of each of the designs on the front page here.
What I would appreciate it very very much (as this is a first for me) if my wonderful followers would leave a comment as to what they think of a) the designs and b) a price in the region of £15.00 per pad of 15 sheets.
Now, I never ask for something for nothing so, as a reward for helping me, the comment I find most helpful will receive either a selection of sheets from the pad (UK only) or a selection of digital files from the collection (the rest of the world).
Please state if you're a Cardmaker or a Scrapper or if you are a Multi-tasker!
This offer is open for one week and so closes Friday 18th March at midnight.
Another of my new kits is Eiglas Delft, one of the designs is shown here at a low resolution to inconvenience the theives. I say 'inconvenience' as there is always a dishonest smart-ass who can figure a way to get around anything an honest person can do to to protect their property.
I will say that the next time I find a purloined copy of any of my images I will name and shame the culprit !
Delft is so named as some of the sheets remind me of ceramic tiles, such as this one. Available too on 'Eiglassing' but only in digi at present.
Please feel free to pop over to my store and browse. Costs nothing!
Hope you like these! There are a few more over at the store but only in digi for the present. I have a bit of market research going on over at Trimcraft just now, to ascertain which of my copllections would be best to convert to paper.
Take care and speak soon!