Vintage Music Papers
December 26, 2018

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Orpha Smith (posted 1 year 1 month ago)
I saw nothing wrong with the music papers at all. Why not use these papers to make something pretty rather that just leaving them as they are. I've never made a altered book but I've been interested in doing so. Different strokes for different folks I guess. Thanks for a very interesting webisode. I nearly forgot to hunt down this weeks Webisode but it was there waiting for me. I'm so happy to see Paper Wishes here once more.
Jacqueline M Anderson (posted 1 year 1 month ago)
Happy Greetings, again!
Even though I have all these
craft components, minus the
piano music, I just now ordered the WEBISODE SAVER.
My beautiful mum passed away last December 30th, 2017. So, I am planning to decorate photos of her with the music background and roses. She and I played piano. Bless you LeNae for an especially sentimental project for me! Thank-you!
Jacqueline M Anderson (posted 1 year 1 month ago)
Happy 2019 to all!
Cant't wait to try all these
techniques! The music adds an
air of SOPHISTICATION and ELEGANCE to the everyday crafts! Another winner---
Thanks LeNae!
Cathy Crowley (posted 1 year 2 months ago)
I am so happy to see the weekly webisodes are back. What a treasure trove of vintage paper this is. To the lady who is so upset about these papers, perhaps these are orphan sheets of music, or incomplete scores and rather than discarded they were saved. for
Marie Mar (posted 1 year 2 months ago)
I am very upset by this paper. Tearing up vintage paper is just like tearing pages out of an old classic book. Would you do that? Why aren't you making quality copies of the music for making cards and saving the originals. I'm sure it would be in the public domain. You would also have an endless supply of it as you could continue to make copies. I have a lot of Vintage Music that was my father's and I wouldn't dream of destroying it for my card making.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
from Paulette: I'm so sorry you are upset by our selling this paper. We felt customers would appreciate the original sheets and if they wanted to copy them, it was their call. When altered books were popular, some folks had the same response. I love that we can creatively turn everyday things or items others don't want into something wonderful. Of course, you wouldn’t want to work with your father’s papers but others don’t have the papers available to them.
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