Pop-Up Books Round Up

Who doesn’t love a pop-up book? Talk about page turners! Here’s a unique selection of books that focus on what goes into creating pop-ups and movable books. Grab some supplies and get popping!

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Four Years of The Sunday Paper!

The Sunday Paper #209

May 20, 2018

Paper of the Week: The Sunday Paper

HaPpy BiRtHdAy to The Sunday Paper which is 4 years old today! I have so enjoyed sharing papery information with you every week for the past four years, and I look forward to doing so for many years to come! The Sunday Paper is a resource for ideas and inspiration, all

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FREE Video Tutorial: Shadow Shoji Panel

The Sunday Paper #208

May 13, 2018

Thanks to everyone who entered the April Twelve Months of Paper Giveaway for a copy of the 2018 Twelve Months of Paper Calendar + a custom paper pack! And the winner is… Antoinette Basso. Congratulations!

Paper of the Week: Japanese Linen + Shoji Paper

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Twelve Months of Paper Giveaway

The Sunday Paper #207

May 6, 2018

Paper of the Week: It’s Giveaway Time Again!

Click through to win! The Twelve Months of Paper is a how-to book and calendar all-in-one. The winner will also receive a custom paper pack containing the papers you need to create the projects in the calendar. This 2018 calendar is filled with twelve fun paper projects for the whole

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Japanese Paper

The Sunday Paper #206

March 25, 2018

Paper of the Week: Five Books about Japanese Paper

A brief trip to Japan in 1989 secured my desire to learn how to make paper. I haven’t returned (yet) but Japan will always hold a dear place in my heart. Here are some of the books on my shelf, and I do hope to return to Japan

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Books about Japanese Paper

JAPANESE PAPER BOOK ROUND-UP

A brief trip to Japan in 1989 secured my desire to learn how to make paper. I haven’t returned (yet) but the Japanese aesthetic will always hold a dear place in my heart. Here are some of the books on my shelf, and I do hope to return to Japan one day soon!

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Floral Lantern

The Sunday Paper #205

Paper of the Week: Reminiscence Papers – Narcissus White

I’m working on designs for the 2019 Twelve Months of Paper this week. I pulled all of my decorative papers out of the flat files in order to choose the right paper for each project. Here’s a floral lantern featuring a pretty printed design from Reminiscence Papers. I must be wishing

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Free Video Tutorial: Wavy Circular Paper Weaving 

The Sunday Paper #204

April 15, 2018

Thanks to everyone who entered the March Twelve Months of Paper Giveaway for a chance to win a set of Madeleine Durham’s Paste Papers! And the winner is … Sheila Wood. Congratulations!

Paper of the Week: Map Paper + Mingei

This is a new monthly feature on the blog: a video tutorial featuring a paper + a book

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Paste Paper Giveaway

The Sunday Paper #203

April 8, 2018

Paper of the Week: It’s Giveaway Time Again!

Click through to win! Madeleine Durham create’s playful one-of-a-kind paste papers using a brush technique which blends multiple colors while creating dynamic yet tranquil patterns. Her papers have been used by fine book binders and calligraphers around the world. They also lend themselves well to covering boxes and using in

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Paper Art, Architecture & Cinematography

The Sunday Paper #202

April 1, 2018

Paper of the Week: Lokta Paper Makes a Comeback

A women dries the papers during the making process of Nepali paper at her workshop in Nayapati, Sundarijal on Saturday. Post Photo: Anish Regmi

I’ve always loved photos like this, depicting sheets of paper drying outside on screens. I’ve written lokta factories before, which were abundant and thriving

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