We are thrilled to be partnering with unique and talented local artists to bring our customers something different to the Boulder community.
Boulder, CO (PRWEB) August 30, 2013
Two Hands Paperie (http://www.twohandspaperie.com), a Boulder, CO based paper store specializing in unique gifts, decorative papers, and scrapbooking supplies, is proud to announce their Fall class and event schedule along with the newest release of the Two Hands Newspaperie.
“We are excited about our latest edition of the Newspaperie and our class and event schedule,” said Mia Semingson, owner of Two Hands Paperie. She continues, “We are thrilled to be partnering with unique and talented local artists to bring our customers something different to the Boulder community. For example, in our visiting artist series you will find local artists setting up a temporary studio space to show off their work and speak on their creative process. These informal artist spotlights are a great way to meet with the creative minds that inspire you.”
For more information and to register for classes with Two Hands Paperie, visit http://www.twohandspaperie.com/Classes_at_Two_Hands_Paperie_s/1854.htm. Here you will find a range of available classes such as Visual Journaling, Mixed Media, Book Arts, Encaustic Painting, and much more. Two Hands Paperie will also offer free events such as Monthly Creative Play Dates, Peerless Watercolor Demonstration, Photo Encaustic Demonstration, and the not to miss event of the year, Two Hands Paperie’s 20th Anniversary Celebration. Secure your spot today and register online.
For your copy of the Two Hands Newspaperie, stop by the store at 803 Pearl Street in Boulder, Colorado. Here you will find a list of classes, events and creative musings that will inspire your next project.
About Two Hands Paperie (http://www.twohandspaperie.com)
Two Hands Paperie began in 1993 as a small bindery with a few hand-bound books and a small rack of decorative papers. Today, 20 years later, we carry hundreds of journals and notebooks and over 30 racks of decorative paper, as well as cards, books, art supplies, fine writing instruments, and unique gifts from around the world.