Archive for November, 2010

2011 in style – Part Two: Agendas

Monday, November 29th, 2010

As promised, here is a sneak peak at our eclectic collection of planners/agendas. Move quickly – they are going fast!!

Beautiful Leather Petit Prince & Alice in Wonderland Refillable Planners

Aurore Daybook with whimsical illustrated inner pages

Sweet Japanese Paper-Cut Planner

Shinzi Katoh Agendas

Playful ‘Thank You’ Planner

Our charming and unique Weekly Paper pad from Japan!

Coffee Daybook

Cat Daybook

Moleskine’s 12 Colour-a-month Notebooks

Jill Bliss Floral Leaves Datebook

Paperblanks Slim Format Agenda

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2011 in style – Part One: Calendars

Friday, November 26th, 2010

We have quite an enticing selection of calendars this year to help you ring in 2011. They make the perfect gift for those hard to buy for people on your list this holiday season.  Here is just a taste – take a look!!

Snowglobes

Wood Parts

Tree Story & Paper Cutting

Kanami Masujima

Stretch Cat & Sweets

Colobockle Customize Calendar (with plenty of super fun stickers!!)

Hiroko Paper Cut Calendar

Green Story

Origami & Kirigami Page-A-Day

Atherton Lin 2011 – Across the Sea

Nikki McClure

An amazing calendar documenting the creation of our first love – Washi!!

Stay tuned for Part Two: Agendas……….

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New Washi Tapes!!

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

Just in from Japan – new patterns of washi tape!!  Feast your eyes on these lovely sets!

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Artist Tori Maas

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

I am an avid coffee drinker. I get my latte from The White Squirrel, I love Starbucks breakfast sandwiches and I am partial to Second Cup’s morning glory muffins. An added bonus to my morning routine is finding great art hanging on the walls. Right now the Second Cup near the store is showcasing work by artist Tori Maas. Her work is totally engaging and worth the trip to take a look at. Tori mainly works with pen and ink, water colour and gouache and what caught my eye was her sense of humour and the fact that she incorporates Chiyogami and Katazome papers into some of her collage pieces. You can find her work at the Second Cup at Queen and Palmerston or check out her web site.

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Annual Washi Art Sale at The Japanese Paper Place

Saturday, November 20th, 2010

Sunday Nov. 21, 11am – 5pm
The Japanese Paper Place, 77 Brock Ave
Free admission

Get a head start on your holiday shopping – 19 local washi-using artists will be selling everything from cards, collages, origami, desk accessories and handmade books to a wide range of prints in prices ranging from $10-$300. There are also rumors of a musical surprise?!?

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