Re: [bookartsconnection] Check out the Christmas trees at Anthropologie
Sometime I would like to visit Santa Barbara. That is where I was
BORN!! In 1944. My Dad was stationed out there but when he was sent
overseas, he had my Mom move back to Boston. Now I am in Virginia, but
my 3 children are in San Fran.
I love making all kinds of books. It is so relaxing and gratifying.
On Thu, 16 Dec 2004 12:20:27 -0800
Pam Maines <pam@...> wrote:
I finally took a break and went over to the store
Anthropologie and what a pleasant surprise. not only
did they have the tree of books, shingled top, and dress
and top made from a book, they had a slew of large
letter forms both in fabric covered and as metal hooks.
nice small gift books. Here I thought they were a dress
shop. Looks like they decided to cater to the large local
book lovers crowd this year. thanks for the tip. I do
have to say the borders was a disappointmnet - seems
they are down sizing with fewer book selections, wider
walkways and fewer exhibits, shorter lines at the
> From: Pam Maines <pam@...>Christmas trees at Anthropologie
> Date: 2004/12/16 Thu AM 11:29:03 EST
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [bookartsconnection] Check out the
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