They had so much good stuff it was hard not to fill up my suitcase — ha! But couldn’t pass up scallop circle cards, an orchid kit, a norsa flower kit, file folders, refridgerator magnets, some felt flowers — for in a vase on the table, not a card for once — a book and three stamps. Yum. Can’t wait to have some time to play.

A note on the photo — the store is on the ground floor — see photo from yesterday for what the upper part of the building looked like. It was a cool narrow sidewalk. The sidewalk on the other side of the street was demolished for construction and there was way too much traffic to try to stand in the street to take the pic, so that’s why these are at such wonky angles. Lots of bikes around. Got to hear the church bells ring too — see reflection of church tower across the street — it was beautiful.

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One thought on “Yep, it was Paper Source!”

  1. I love Paper Source. I just got a Norsa flower kit. I made some paper flowers for a bouqet for a friends birthday. I used the browns and peaches polka dots. I had trouble with the middles. I cannot wait for you to post some pictures. I LOVE Boston. It is my favorite city. All that history. Rest up so you can create.
    Dawn B.

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