FREE Video about Couching

The Sunday Paper #221

August 12, 2018

Thanks to everyone who entered the July Twelve Months of Paper Giveaway featuring 27 sheets of Reminiscence Paper. And the winner is … Julie Hocking. Congratulations!

Paper of the Week: Couching & Transferring Thin Sheets

I posted a short video a couple of weeks ago here, but I included a broken link – oops! Thanks to those of

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Reminiscence Papers GIVEAWAY!

The Sunday Paper #220

August 5, 2018

Paper of the Week: 27 Sheets of Reminiscence Paper Giveaway!

Enter to win (27) 18″ x 24″ sheets of artist papers by Debra Glanz/Reminiscence Papers. The papers are printed on archival 28-32# text weight stock making them suitable for bookbinding, card making, collage, functional origami and so much more.

You can find also Reminiscence Papers

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Pulp Non/Fiction

The Sunday Paper #219

June 24, 2018

Paper of the Week: Paper Fiction Nonfiction: a Book Round Up

Here’s a round up of five fiction and nonfiction books about our beloved material, Paper! The Paper Lovers just came out, and I was so intrigued with the title and the cover art that I purchased it immediately. The two fiction books feature characters who

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Paper Fiction Nonfiction

Here’s a round up of five fiction and nonfiction books about our beloved material, Paper! The Paper Lovers just came out, and I was so intrigued with the title and the cover art that I purchased it immediately. The two fiction books feature characters who make paper, and the three nonfiction books are filled with interesting facts and stories about paper. I’m still waiting for

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Paper Talk / Paper Activism

The Sunday Paper #218

July 22, 2018

Paper of the Week: Paper Talk!

Every month I record a podcast episode for Paper Talk, an ongoing series of interviews featuring artists and professionals who are working in the field of hand papermaking.

Last month I was in Chicago where I had a conversation with Melissa Potter in the papermaking studio at Columbia College. Through

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FREE Paper Slinky Tutorial

The Sunday Paper #217

July 15, 2018

Thanks to everyone who entered the June Twelve Months of Paper Giveaway featuring Arnold Grummer’s Papermill Pro Kit! And the winner is … Jane Wherry. Congratulations!

Paper of the Week: How to Make a Paper Slinky!

I love all sorts of paper techniques, from surface design to cutting, folding and the myriad forms of manipulation. Here’s an old

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Papermaking Kit Giveaway!

The Sunday Paper #216

July 8, 2018

Paper of the Week: Arnold Grummer’s Papermill Pro

Spoiler alert! Arnold Grummer’s will release a refreshed and updated version of the classic Papermill Pro this fall. Helen Hiebert Studio is pleased to offer the very first kit to this month’s giveaway winner. Papermill Pro Kits use the simple ‘pour’ method to make paper. Arnold Grummer modeled

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A GIANT Sheet in Nuremberg?

The Sunday Paper #215

July 1, 2018

Paper of the Week: Assorted Handmade Papers

While in Chicago this week, I stumbled across an Artist’s & Craftsman Supply shop. This is a family-owned chain with 30 stores across the country, and they have quite a large selection of handmade papers and supplies. Above you see three images collaged together: Arnold Grummer’s papermaking kits, Japanese editioning

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Manipulated Paper

The Sunday Paper #214

June 24, 2018

Paper of the Week: Manipulated Paper Book Round-Up

Paper has been manipulated for ages (think origami) and there are a surprising number of techniques that artists and craftspeople have employed to coerce paper into incredible shapes and forms. And paper is the real hero here, because of it’s amazing properties. Here’s a unique selection of books

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Manipulated Paper Book Round Up

Paper has been manipulated for ages (think origami) but there are a surprising number of techniques that artists and craftspeople have employed to coerce paper into incredible shapes and forms. And paper is the real hero here, because of it’s amazing properties. Before I get started, I want to mention an artist who manipulates paper to a tee: Jocelyn Chateauvert. Look her up – you

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