At Dreaming Tree Paper Company, we create unique journals from old hardcover books. Each cover has been chosen for its special qualities, making each journal one-of-a-kind.
All of our journals are wire bound and include 60 sheets of unlined, recycled and FSC certified paper.
I have loaded photos of some of my recent journals to my facebook page. I will load to etsy once the final craft show is over this weekend, but the turnaround is so fast these days. You can view them here and email me if there is one you are interested in.
This holiday season, I am raising money for the Street Kids of Rwanda organization. I was in Rwanda last November and had a chance to meet the wonderful children living in this orphanage. I am now trying to raise $4500 to help them get running water and electricity to their facility, as well as sending all the kids to school for a year.
If you would like to help, please visit my fundraising page at:
Come down to the Creator's Marketplace this Saturday, May 1st, 2010 from noon - 6pm for a giant craft sale. It's at the Thornhill Community Centre Hall at 7755 Bayview Ave. Entrance fee is $5 (children under 12 are free), but if you print this coupon, it will save you $1 each for up to 5 people. Great time for Mother's Day shopping. Hope to see you there!
Well folks, it is craft show season once again. If you're wondering where you can find some Dreaming Tree Journals in the spring and summer.. here's the current list of upcoming shows we'll be participating in. Please help us spread the word!
Thanks for everyone who came to see us at Crafternoon Tea and the Artisan's Market! Both sales were very successful and well attended.
Special thanks to Nathalie-Roze for organizing Crafternoon Tea. The sale raised over $1K for the targeted charities (Red Door Shelter and the Woodgreen Community Centre) as well as plenty of donations.
Special thanks to Jessica and Barbara for organizing the Artisan's Market.
During December, Dreaming Tree Journals are available at Kozo Studio Gallery at 257 Broadview Ave, Toronto. They also carry other great stuff by local artists and artisans. Letterpress, photography, relief prints, hand bound books, pretty papers, knit and textile goodies, accessories, vintage wood type and metal cuts, letterpress paraphernalia and more.
HOURS Beginning Dec. 4 KOZO will be OPEN every Thurs, Fri, and Sat, from 2 - 7 pm (Dec. 4 to 20) Dec. 21 from 12 - 5pm, 22 & 23 from 2 - 7 pm & Christmas Eve from 12 - 4 pm.