I just love the way that sounded!!!!! Hey I was googling wreathes and look what I found the coolest tutorial by the coolest girl!! Ok so of course I can't follow directions so I just used acrylics and watercolor paper because that's what I had in the house! You probably saw my paper paintings on Instagram because FB and Pinterest has brought me to a wonderful place within and that is not to be scared of anything. Paints were definitely out of my comfort zone but painting a sheet of paper was like whoa!! I can do that. Baby steps friends when you are a beginner and let the uglies of being a beginner be ok. So I looked up this blog because this amazing wreath was staring me in the face and I had to know what it was all about. I want to paint paper the restoof my life..going for paperbags next. Hey girlfriend Jessica..how about a challenge sprinkle your confetti on painted strips and create a wreath!! I hope she's listening..she's got cool ideas!! So anyway here it is ..Giddy Giddy and then me!! She did it with cardboard and I did it with Styrofoam. Hey whatever you do it's all about the fun!!
You all are just the coolest ever. I posted this photo on facebook and asked which one you liked better and after 250 comments we saw that you are unmistakeably leaning towards blue. For those who chose the one with more yellow I promise you will see it in a future color story!!! Your compassion your love of fabric did not go unnoticed and I love you for that. Thanks for always loving what we do and making our hearts sing!!!
These guys are awesome. I guess I'm the last to know about this hugely popular site. I'd been seeing them post a bunch of beautiful things to instagram and when I saw this great Fall Wreath I knew you would all want to see. This girl Bev has it going on!!! We are totally taken by Flamingo Toes!! I thought I was prolific!!! So anyway take a gander and view the tutorial and thank that lovely lady for using Jenny Eliza for me!!!! xoxoxox Hey our free downloadable Beatrice bow is perfect for this project tooooo!! Jennifer
I am so glad you like the clutches and I've got more on the way so please be patient!!!!!! They hit a nerve with all of you and can I tell you? I have always wanted to do clutches, I think the way our fabric prints that they were made for this purpose toooo!!! I am so over the moon about bringing these to you!!!!! I know so many of you are not on facebook and I don't want anyone to miss out on the wonderful projects we work on!!! So please tell us what you think of our $35.00 plus shipping little 6" clutches we are dieing to here. We love when you come by!!! Please stay tuned for more news when they come in. xoxoxoxoxo Jennifer
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Thank you to every one at Cloth Paper Scissors who made our dream come true ! We made it into the Studio magazine. Jeanine Stein the editor is so lovely!! 7 pages was just so generous and we are extremely grateful!!! If you aren't familiar with the publication you will absolutely love to see other artists and their studios!!! Such amazing talent out there! Purchase your copy here!! Thank you to my beautiful daughter Katie for some amazing photography!!!
That chill in the air could only mean one thing...The Sis Boom Holiday Sale is around the corner! Wahoo!! Get excited because this year's annual event will take place on December 4th, 5th and 6th! The sale, located at the address above in Wilton, CT, will feature many handmade items crafted by Jennifer herself as well as items featuring exclusive Sis Boom designs! Handmade items will be easy to spot with this adorable tag attached: FYI - If there are any business owners out there looking to make tags and save some money, here's how we did the one above: Click this link and follow the prompts to create your tag using the business card template. Scroll to the bottom and upload your artwork by clicking on "Use Your Complete Design." Design the artwork for your tag using Photoshop or Illustrator. After the upload process is complete, expect to cut and punch holes in your card. Here is how we cut ours: We are so excited about this year's show and can't wait to see you there!! -- Lisa
This past weekend I had the luxury of attending Monarch Workshop. The workshop is run by an incredible group of women (including our very own Madeline) and aims to support "those who need a little push, those who are looking for a creative connection, and those who need inspiration to believe they can follow their dreams." The attendees were made up of a spectacular group of women whose occupations ranged from bloggers to therapists and real estate agents to artists. The two day workshop consisted of non-stop activities (lessons, speakers, crafting) that catered to the mind, body and soul. It was FABULOUS. Our fearless leader, Jennifer Paganelli, was a guest speaker and led the group in creating vision books. The books were created by gluing inspiring cut outs (words, quotes, images) from magazines onto blank notebook pages. There was yoga and lessons in make-up and skincare. We made our own dream catchers, ate delicious food (from the ladies at Whisk + Brush) and had a tutorial in all things confetti! Take a look below of more images from the incredibly talented Victoria Gloria: To see even more images click here For information on Monarch Workshop and to receive notifications about the upcoming Spring 2015 Workshop click here -- Lisa
Can you keep a secret? Since I totally trust my Paganelli Peeps, I'm going to let it all out...just don't tell my boss... You guys, I have the BEST job in the world! I get to be surrounded by incredible people and breathtaking fabrics all day. We chat, we work, we craft, there are puppies here...what more could you ask for? I feel so incredibly lucky and grateful to have landed a job with Sis Boom that if someone dared me to eat dirt, I'd totally do it! So, what has me jumping for joy today? The answer is: the job perks, of course! Yesterday the most incredible dress arrived at the office and I got to try it on!! This patchwork Good Company (in stores November 2014) dress was inspired by a J.Crew silhouette and the seamstress absolutely nailed it! Not only was it super comfortable, but it ended up being super convenient during a business meeting as well. When speaking about Jennifer's upcoming line, Good Company (did I mention it will be available in stores November 2014), I simply stood up to reveal what was to come! What else did I do for the hour I spent in the dress? Craft and snap some selfies, of course! Hope everyone enjoys the sneak peek at the collection! -- Lisa