Monsoon Paper Day at the Photo Shoot

MonsoonToday is Monsoon Paper day. I’m not teaching it, I just get to make it so it can be photographed, step by step. I’m so excited, because Monsoon Papers have come a long way since I started making them in the thrashing summer rains in Phoenix. Now I can make them indoors, in any weather, add glitz, glitter and glaze, and even fix the occasional tears in the papers. So it’s going into the book! (And yes, that is a Monsoon Paper towel in the photo)

The photo shoot has been great so far. Lots of laughing and story telling (you already knew I was a yakker, right?)

But today, book contributor Liz Crain has a great blog on creative ideas. It’s a mash up of great tips, links, and ideas about life in your paracosm. What’s a paracosm? Liz will explain. It’s worth stopping over there and getting inspired.

I’ll be back tomorrow.

Quinn McDonald is a writer and artist who is writing a book on your inner heroes confronting your inner critic.


10 thoughts on “Monsoon Paper Day at the Photo Shoot

  1. I love this paper towel!!! It’s awesome… I have to read up on Monsoon Paper.
    I’m glad I found your blog (coming here from Daisy Yellow). It will be another one for my blogroll 🙂
    Greetings from Sweden (at the moment)!

  2. Lovely Paper towel! It looks so soft, colourful and magic.

    IC is working over time here as I´m planning a new project {Yet another! And with the other one still needing attention! The combined posts will be a gazillion miles long. Or there will be more posts on different days. Where will the traffic come from if they are not linked to somebody else´s projects? Nobody is going to read the organization tips after the first month. Nobody} and my birthday coming up. {That money would be better spent on the remodeling of the guest room as guests are coming}

    She is thriving. *sigh*

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