can it already be September?

Scary, but 2010 is just around the corner... and you know what that means?! Snow? Yes. The very beginning of a looooong Vermont winter? Yes. The time to start fresh and make new goals? Yes. The need for a new calendar? Why, YES!

:: linen cardstock + fabric calendars, packaged in a cd jewel case which flips into a stand ::

I have a feeling 2010 is going to be a good year. I should refrain from getting ahead of myself here. It's still the beginning of September and summer just arrived a few weeks ago in Vermont, so I'm going to soak it up all I can.

September is prime celebration season in this household. Within just this one month are Jay's, 2 of our close friend's, my grandfather's, brother-in-law's, dad's, brother's AND mom's birthdays, our wedding anniversary, and anniversary of having our kitty (he deserves a "birthday" too!). I'm not kidding; it's pretty ridiculous actually. Good thing is, I get April all to myself. :-)

I don't think I've mentioned this on my blog before, but after helping organize last year's Craft/Bake/Book sale on our college campus, I vowed to have a vendor table this year. Last year was far to hectic, what with going to South Africa, opening a new Center, buying a house and life in general, but THIS year, I'm on it! Much of what you see here will be available at the Champlain College craft fair, for those of you locals (date TBD). After that fair, I'll be restocking and opening up my Etsy shop. I'm so excited for both!

Oh, and P.S. - yesterday I received my official business name registration from the State! Silly as it seems, it's rather exciting to have a piece of paper with a seal on it that says I own "Paper and Stitch"!


  1. Yay! I love the calendars! I want to do some for my Etsy shop too. I keep thinking about it, but you have inspired me to get on it!

    I didnt know Champlain had a craft fair??? I need to look into that...

  2. Ok... a. when is this craft fair you speak of?

    b. I NEED to order a calendar from you. How much $?
    -Karri :)




Sarah Jerger
Burlington, Vermont
Mom, wife, professional, grad student + maker of things
On a journey to live a creatively-filled and fueled life.
Lover of craft, art, slowing down + all things birth

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