Walk in the Park Desk Notes

180 Desk Notes Artwork by Sarah Trumbauer

Walk in the Park Desk Notes
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Format: Novelty book, 180 Pages
ISBN: 9781631063022
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Description

More than just note paper, it's a decoration.

Indulge with these beautiful pieces of papercut artwork. The intricate, highly detailed cut paper designs on this note paper make a to-do list or a reminder to feed the cat into something special. The unique Sarah Trumbauer designs on these notes make a great addition to your desk or wherever you need to make a list, write your reminders, or note your ideas. The decorative box is an artful way to keep the 180 sheets of four exquisite designs at your fingertips.

The author

Sarah Trumbauer is a graduate of the Corcoran College of Art + Design. All of her papercuts are original designs, handcut from acid-free paper using an x-acto knife. She is inspired by nature - especially flowers and leaves - art nouveau, children's stories and fairy tales, and lots more. When she is not working on her papercuts, she is usually out taking photographs, especially of flowers. Or snuggling with her cat, Lucy. Visit her Etsy shop www.etsy.com/shop/SarahTrumbauer.

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Specs

Format: Novelty book, 180 Pages
ISBN: 9781631063022
Size: 4.875 in x 5.25 in / 123.82 mm x 133.35 mm
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