The Sunday Paper #139, December 25, 2016 25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 25
Aren’t snowflakes miraculous, especially given that no two snowflakes are alike? They create the watermarked pattern on the December project in the Twelve Months of Paper calendar, which features the only paper in the custom paper pack that is handmade in […]
25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 24
I wish all of you a peaceful, harmonic, loving and joyous holiday season. Here’s a community card from last season. I collected words daily from you, starting with A and ending with Z and this was the result:
I have a fondness for fonts. There’s a template here […]
25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 23
Friends! This 25 days seems long, so I’ll make this short. These are the projects that I wrote about during the 2015 25 Days of Paper, which featured instructions for each of the paper objects pictured above. I created a list of the blog posts for your […]
25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 22
There’s a very cool paper museum in Atlanta which is dedicated to papermaking!
The Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking is located in Atlanta, Georgia and is the home of the collection of Dard Hunter.
Born in 1883 in Steubenville, Ohio, Hunter developed […]
25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 21
Happy Solstice Everyone!
The October project in the Twelve Months of Paper calendar is a shadow ornament.
For those of you who have the calendar, you have the instructions for this project. And if you purchased a custom paper pack, you also have the parts!
And for […]
25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 20
True confession: Doing 25 blog posts in a row is challenging! I’m thankful that I have content from years past that many of you haven’t seen, and hopefully the rest of you will enjoy seeing again!
Last year I created and sold a custom paper pack and posted […]
25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 19
Sometimes you have to wonder about progress and extinction. Now I’m not saying that envelopes will go extinct, but the art of letter writing has surely diminished. But the colors and sizes of envelopes for invitations has continued to evolve, and envelopes make clever little pockets.
The Sunday Paper #138, December 18, 2016 25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 18
At Blue Window Arts, Master Artist, Wendy Rochman creates large and luscious hand made paper in her solar powered studio using sustainable fibers, recycled materials, mineral pigments, and natural inclusions that she gathers or grows in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 17
The August project in the Twelve Months of Paper calendar is a Paper Balloon. This is a repost from 2012, when I did the first 25 Days of Paper!
Remember the origami balloons, or water bombs, we learned to make in elementary school? I taught my after school […]
25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 16
New One-of-a-Kind piece on Arches Text Wove. See more One-of-a-Kind pieces on Etsy
Madeleine Durham creates paste paper designs using a brush technique she has been perfecting over the last four years.
Madeleine’s Paste Papers is offering a 15% discount through the month of Dec […]