Monday, May 07, 2007

New Amy Butler Paper

Thank you Amy Butler!!!!

I adore her patterns but it is absolutely impossible to find Amy Butler fabric in Canada. In the past I've ordered it on Ebay and paid dearly for it.

Amy has a new line of scrapbooking paper out that I just HAD to have. I've already started to make some cards using it and I love love love it!!!





Also, thanks for all your kind words regarding my stupid weekend sickness. I'm feeling much better today thank goodness.

12 comments:

lera said...

Love the cards. And thanks for the ideas. I going to start working on mine soon.

Chara Michele said...

Glad you are feeling a little better! Is it pathetic that I didn't even know Amy Butler had a scrapbooking paper line? I think I was probably better off not knowing actually:)

Funky Finds said...

i'd be happy to send you some in the future...a mini swap perhaps?

feli said...

I am with Chara, I didnt know Amy did scrapbooking??? Man. Where was she when I had my paper fetish a few years ago. LOL.

Glad you are feeling better. and those cards are fantastic. :*)

Cici said...

I didn't know Amy Butler did paper - I'm not sure I should know. Lovely cards.

Anonymous said...

Mac Fab Store (www.macfabfabrics.com) has lots of Amy's fabrics & patterns

Mrs.Kwitty said...

Good, I'm not the only one who didn't know Amy Butler had the paper out! It's so pretty!

Glad you are feeling better :-D

Smile, Karen

Katie Jean said...

I didn't even know she had scrapbook paper. Darnit, I'm going to be poor after all these people (i.e. Amy and Martha) keep putting out new products. Love the cards!

Felicia said...

Wow, its so pretty. She creates some irresistable stuff doesn't she?

Nan Steyn said...

Hi Karyn,
I work for Amy Butler here in Granville, OH. I am glad you like the new scrapbooking line and I will be sure to pass your remarks along to Amy. I know she will appreciate them. You mentioned having a hard time finding fabric. I thought I would mention that on Amy's website, www.amybutlerdesign.com she has a list of retailers who sell her fabric. Also, Amy has a new webstore at the site where she is selling ready-made handbags, pillows, fabric-covered journals, notepaper and soon she will be carrying the scrapbooking supplies there as well. Just thought I would let you know. Have a great day!

Anonymous said...

macfab in toronto carries ab fabric but it is cheaper to order from online stores (e.g. sew mama sew, purl soho) and etsy sites, even with the exchange rate and shipping.

My Blog said...

hi!
The Workroom in Toronto sells Amy Butler, and Quilters Palette in Etobicoke also sells some.