Tthe library wall contains the craft books on painting (water color, acrylic, pastels, colored pencils, mixed media, assemblage); beads and bead making,
paper beds, bead crochet, seed beads bead embroidery, beads and fiber etc then polymer clay: probably 30 books on all the ways to work with polymer clay, last but not least: art quiting and mixed media to help me to experiment in combining these favorite arts and coming up with some things special. There are stacks of many years worth of specialty magazines and journals: Bead and Button, Bead Unique, Art Quilts, Belle Armoire, Art Dolls, Jewelry Ar t, Cloth Paper Scissors and more. Files of directions and patterns saved from the Internet, And on lower shelves: papers of all kinds: copy paper, construction paper, scrap book paper, rice paper, lace paper, tracing paper, cover paper, handmade paper, home made paper, tissue, crepe paper, foils, freezer paper, delli paper, parchment paper, wrapping paper,saved dryer sheets, recycled coffee filters, and napkins. I could go look and see what I'm forgetting, but you've got the idea, right?