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Studio Sale: Books, crafts, and contests!

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I’ve been a fan of Rag & Bone Bindery since I got my first handmade book from Jason in 1990. I met Jason and Ilira (owners of Rag & Bone Bindery) at an Oxfam Benefit Craft Show in Boston, where we were selling our crafts. I traded one of my coffee cup T-shirts for one of Jason’s handmade journals. We never thought years later we’d be neighbors in Providence, with kids the same age.

Rag & Bone sets the standard for beautiful, handmade books and keeps alive the world of journalling. From handmade journals to wedding albums to baby books – they make them all in their Pawtucket studio with their well trained crew. Rag & Bone Bindery sells their books and albums in many stores across the country and direct from their website.

You’re invited to the Rag & Bone Studio and Sale this weekend. Discover their books and shop from new and discontinued items. Find out more about this event from Jason at Rag & Bone.

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Kidoinfo is proud to announce we are sponsoring the kids crafts this year at the studio sale. While you shop, your kids can make a paper craft. This is a FREE family-friendly event for kids of all ages.

Remember Mother’s Day is May 13. The studio sale is a great time to buy a gift for a mom while your kids make a handmade card. You can also register to win a Kidoinfo T-shirt or a Rag & Bone book.

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Rag & Bone Bindery – 1088 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI 02860. (401) 728-0762.
Saturday, April 28, 2007
10 am – 4 pm. Studio Sale
11 am – 1 pm. Kidoinfo Crafts

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  • We’ve been before and it is so much fun! The albums and books are beautiful (I have three) and the space is so child-friendly that bringing your child(ren) and doing a craft makes the shopping all the more fun. The prices of the seconds/discontinued are surprisingly affordable and the new books are well worth the splurge. Even if you just go to browse, it is a fun way to spend some time with both your children and lovely people.

Written by Anisa Raoof