I'm in this issue, pages 30-34!
The article (that I wrote!) is about how I dye brown
paper bags and make art out of the bags.
This is the first time I have been listed as a magazine contributor.
I happy about the article.
BUT, there are a few things.....
1. Rit dye is no-toxic. You don't need to wear a mask.
I asked the company. I guess CPS is over cautious.
2. The bags don't absorb dye like fabric.
BECAUSE, this is important,
there is sizing on the bags. Different bags
and papers have different amounts of sizing.
Sizing effects absorption.
CPS left that part out.
3. I didn't put the part in about using pins. I always use clothes pins.
Trying to force pins through several layers of heavy paper?
Clothes pins are great for paper projects,
stick with them always!
A big thanks to Paper Cloth Scissors for the opportunity
to be published.
There are many articles in this issue that are REALLY good.
I hope you all check out this issue.