Postcard Perfect Scenes

The Sunday Paper #335

October 25, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Mary Hark This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

HARK! Handmade Paper flax sheets, pigmented, overdyed and gelatin sized, waiting to be re flattened in a restraint

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Pith

The Sunday Paper #334

October 18, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Irene Wei This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

© 2020 Irene Wei, Pith “Paper” Flower Bouquet, pith “paper” (made from the pith of Tetrapanax papyrifer), 12″

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Paper Currents 2020

The Sunday Paper #333

October 4, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Heather Matthew This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

© 2016 Heather Matthew, Waterline, screenprint on banana paper with indigo dyed linen pulp inclusion, 83cm W x62cm

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Reading Road Studio

The Sunday Paper #332

October 4, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Georgie Cunningham

This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

© 2019 Georgie Cunningham. Left: Handmade abaca paper woven on a Brazilian walnut and coconut vine lamp frame.

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Papercraft Miracles

The Sunday Paper #331

September 27, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Janna Willoughby-Lohr

This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

Janna Willoughby-Lohr in her studio looking through a selection of Papercraft Miracles specialty handmade papers. Each style of

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Handmade Holiday Online Class

The Sunday Paper #330

September 20, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Tony Carlone

This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

© Tony Carlone | Songbird Bluebird | Silkscreen with hand coloring on deckle box formed handmade kozo, pigmented

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Twelve Moons

The Sunday Paper #329

September 13, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Velma Bolyard

This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

Twelve Moons, shifu cover, lined with printed flax, silk organza endsheets, pages are Arches text wove, all eco-

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Greenwerk Paper Studio

The Sunday Paper #328

September 6, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Csenge Győrbíró & Lili Labus

This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

Csenge Győrbíró and Lili Labus at Greenwerk Paper Studio. Three blue paper weavings by Lili,

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Dragged Through the Lake and Sand

The Sunday Paper #327

August 30, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Barbara Ery

This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

Painted small sheet of handmade paper soaked in iron water and tied into bundles and dragged through the

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Puppies + Paper Capes

The Sunday Paper #326

August 23, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Shawna Moulton

This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

© 2020, Shawna Moulton, Mother of Zyon (left); Father of Zyon (right); handmade paper, raw wood fibers, ink,

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Get the Vote Out!

The Sunday Paper #325

August 16, 2020

Introducing…!

Andrew Huot, Karen Hardy, and Linda Marshall are launching Book | Paper | Thread — a source for online workshops in the book and paper arts. The three instructors, who have been teaching in-person across the country at arts centers, universities, and in their own studios, have moved their workshops to an online format so participants

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Paper Bears Spiritual Weight

The Sunday Paper #324

August 9, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Maria Amalia Wood

This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

© Maria Amalia Wood. The Metamorphisms artist book was pushed around on a movable pedestal to engage

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Handmade Paper For Sale

The Sunday Paper #323

August 2, 2020

In the Studio: Online Paper Starts NOW!

Here… we… go! Shop for handmade papers you won’t find anywhere else in the world. Click through to watch a video of me handling and describing the papers. Supplies are limited, so don’t delay. Thanks for supporting Helen Hiebert Studio!

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Papermaker of the Week: Cathleen Baker

This

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Home in the Cottonwood

The Sunday Paper #322 July 26, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Helen Frederick

This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you! Helen Frederick is known mainly for hand-driven media such as custom-formed paper installations, artist books, paintings, drawings, and prints that

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Papermaker of the Week

The Sunday Paper #321 July 19, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Nancy Cohen

This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

© 2020, Nancy Cohen, Migration Drawing, 67 x 55 inches, abaca, cotton and linen pulp on pigmented abaca

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Treewhispers

The Sunday Paper #320   July 12, 2020 Papermaker of the Week: Pamela Paulsrud I had the recent pleasure of talking with Pamela Paulsrud on Paper Talk. Pam is a Chicago artist who began papermaking to examine and exploring the creative process from inception to completion. From the formation of sheets, to working with fibers in its various degrees, she was led to create spontaneous

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The Woman Who Printed the Declaration of Indepence

The Sunday Paper #319 July 5, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Ray Tomasso

Ray Tomasso at the Hong Kong Open Printshop in 2018. Photo by Wong Lik-wan / Courtesy of Diane Wray Tomasso

It is with great sadness that I share the news that Ray Tomasso passed away on June 25th. Ray was papermaker and artist who welcomed me into his Denver, CO

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Virtual Studio Tour

The Sunday Paper #318 June 28, 2020

Paper of the Week: Translucent Papers

I recently stumbled across these paper samples I put together for my book Paper Illuminated 20 years ago. They show a range of ways to make paper translucent: punching, tie dyeing, embedding, piercing, layering, printing, applying beeswax, using the old cut & pierce technique, and more. My book, now out of

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A New Ceiling Lamp

The Sunday Paper #317 June 14, 2020

Paper of the Week: Mulberry Paper & More

I love discovering new papers and paper combinations, and it is fun to pare papers (kind of like paring wine) for paper weavings. I’m using these two papers for a Woven Window Hanging lesson in my upcoming online class, Paper + Light. It features a smooth mulberry and a batik

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I Can't Understand It

The Sunday Paper #316 June 14, 2020

Paper of the Week: Words on Paper

© Emily Duong, Stand, 2020, 8.5×11″, paper and stamps.

This piece by Emily Duong moved me when I saw it on Instagram this week, so I wrote to her for permission to share. This text accompanied her post: “As we reflect on all the voices we hear from our

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Equality, Justice, Participate, Harmony, Continuum, Perspective

The Sunday Paper #315 June 6, 2020

Paper of the Week: Word Broadsides

Sometimes when I post an image, the colors get electrified, and I’m not sure why. I have to say though, that these brighter colors work for my mood this week. I’m feeling the need to do something proactive about the state of our country. While I figure this out, here’s some

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Spaces Between

The Sunday Paper #314 May 31, 2020

Paper of the Week: Kite Paper

Have you ever worked with kite paper – a translucent colored waxed paper that is the size of standard origami paper (6″ x 6″)? I know that many of you are looking for ideas for the kids, and I’m bringing back this kit that includes 10 assorted colors of kite paper,

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Need a Little More Light this Summer?

The Sunday Paper #313 May 24, 2020

Paper of the Week: Paper + Light

I’m so excited about my new online class, designed to get us through a stay-close-to-home summer together as we explore paper + light. Click here to watch the 4-minute video about Paper + Light, read more and register! Paper + light are two of my favorite things, and I’m jazzed

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Paper on the Grid

The Sunday Paper #312 May 17, 2020

Paper of the Week: On the Grid

I have always been enamored by grids, and I have to give credit to Lynn Amlie (a coworker at Dieu Donné Paper Mill in the mid-90’s) for this ingenious attachment idea. Lynn visited the Noguchi Museum and Sculpture Garden in Long Island City – one of my favorite spots in

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Time Flies ... !

The Sunday Paper #311 May 10, 2020

Happy Birthday

to The Sunday Paper!

The Sunday Paper is six years old this week – 311 consecutive issues have been published. Wow! And Happy Mother’s Day to one and all. I put this blurb at the top of the blog post once a year, asking you who read this blog regularly to

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#Lockdown Love

The Sunday Paper #310 April 26, 2020

Paper of the Week: String Drawing in Abaca

As many of you know, I have a thing for string, and one of my passions is the way untied knots look. You know those books of drawings of how to tie a knot require showing them untied? Well, I’ve taken this a step further by tying multiple knots

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Structural Abaca

The Sunday Paper #309 April 26, 2020

Paper of the Week: The Abaca Selection If you’ve followed this blog for any length of time, you must know that I am obsessed with abaca pulp and the resulting paper. Abaca comes from banana plant leaves and I like to call it a the incredible, shrinking, translucent, sculptural material. I’ve been embedding strings and wires between thin,

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It Reached Out and Grabbed Me!

The Sunday Paper #308 April 19, 2020

Paper of the Week: Assorted Decorative Sheets I have assembled 10 sets of these lovely decorative sheets, ranging in size from 3 x 8 inches to 9 x 12 inches. This set of twenty papers includes two handmade sheets by yours truly + a selection of decorative sheets from around the world. Click here to read more and

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Cabin Fever

The Sunday Paper #307 April 12, 2020

Paper of the Week: Momigami I have been making momigami over the past few years – a paper that is coated with konnyaku (devil’s tongue root powder mixed with water), and I have accumulated a small stash. I have four similar sets of momigami for sale, and the first person to order a set gets a free copy

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Book Lights

The Sunday Paper #306 April 5, 2020

Paper of the Week: Book Light Times, they are a changing! I’ll be listing papers or paper objects each week until business gets back to normal, or a new normal. I created three of these book lights as samples for my upcoming online class Flexible Book Structures. These are available on my website in The Paper Shop. Thanks

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Snail Mail

The Sunday Paper #305 March 29, 2020

Paper of the Week: See Through Assortment Times, they are a changing! I’ll be listing a few sets of paper each week until business gets back to normal, or a new normal. Limited quantities of this See Through Assortment are available on my website in The Paper Shop. Thanks to those of you who made purchases last week!

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Paper Pastries

The Sunday Paper #304 March 22, 2020

Paper of the Week: Abaca Leather + Thick Abaca Can you see the difference between these two abaca sheets? It appears subtle in these photos, but they are quite different. Limited quantities of these abaca leather and thick abaca sheets are available on my website in The Paper Shop.

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In the Studio:

I’ve started

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Making & Baking

The Sunday Paper #303 This issue of The Sunday Paper is dedicated to my sweet father-in-law, Pete, who passed away this week at the age of 92. March 15, 2020

Paper of the Week: Dare I mention TP?

My husband fell in love with Japanese toilets last fall and decided to get me one for Christmas. I wasn’t so sure what I thought of this

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Read Me Like A Book

The Sunday Paper #302 March 8, 2020

Paper of the Week: Flexible Book Structures + Paper Kit

We are going to be exploring a variety of unique papers in my upcoming online class, Flexible Book Structures. We’ll apply konnyaku to Korean hanji to make momigami, stain Tyvek, create a book light with hanji and Japanese linen, a scroll with a leathery paper called Kraft

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Peace Postcards

The Sunday Paper #301 March 1, 2020

Paper of the Week:

I was focusing on abaca over on instagram this week, where I shared several works I’ve created over the years with this incredible, shrinking, sculptural material. Abaca is banana plant waste that I grind into a mushy malleable pulp and turn into sheets of paper which are smooth enough to draw on, supple enough

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Water Paper Time

The Sunday Paper #300 February 23, 2020

Paper of the Week: Tant Origami Paper

Two contributors to the book I’m writing recommended Tant origami paper, which I’d never heard of before. But you know how when you hear about something, it starts appearing everywhere? I was talking to a paper distributor a few weeks ago who told me that Tant is packaged in Echizen,

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Papermaking in Action

The Sunday Paper #299 February 16, 2020

Paper of the Week: A Sheet of Abaca in 1:20

I made a short video of me making a sheet of abaca. The sheet size is 18″ x 23″ and I’m making it on an old English mould that I purchased many years ago. It only takes about 1-1/2 minutes to pull and couch a sheet (I

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A Pop-Up Valentine for You

The Sunday Paper #298 February 9, 2020

Paper of the Week: Weave Through Winter

Top left moving clockwise: Andrea Martin, Ann Kebbell, Suzanne Berland, Cynthia Reid, Susan Ruptash.

We are finishing up our 30 Days of Weave Through Winter on Valentine’s Day, and it has been such a treat to see the variety of weavings that have been created over the past few

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Pop-Up Paper Groundhog

The Sunday Paper #297 February 2, 2020

Paper of the Week: Kyoseishi from Washi Arts

Kyoseishi (kee-o-say-shi) is a handmade, dyed Japanese paper than has konnyaku starch kneaded into the kozo fibers to strengthen the paper. Kyoseishi means strong paper. This type of paper is known as momigami (crinkled paper). The distinctive texture comes from the process of kneading the starch into the paper.

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A Cubicard Finale

The Sunday Paper #296 January 26, 2020

Paper of the Week: Jean-Paul LeConte on Paper Talk

It was such a treat to speak with Jean-Paul LeConte who runs the popular website Best Pop Up Books with his girlfriend Denice in The Netherlands. We talk about how the purchase of a copy of Robert Sabuda’s Alice in Wonderland pop-up book several years ago, led him

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My Colorado Paper Retreat

The Sunday Paper #295 January 19, 2020

Paper of the Week: Red Cliff Paper Retreat

Registration is now open and you are invited to my studio in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains for the 7th Annual Red Cliff Paper Retreat! The 2020 Retreat theme is Woven Paper: Books/Vessels/Lighting. Come experience a variety of papers that can be made by hand, cut, folded, stitched and woven to

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Architecture in Paper

The Sunday Paper #294 January 12, 2020

Paper of the Week:Kozo Grid Paper

I am still messing around with the grid watermark on my mould. Once I remove it, I’m not likely to reuse it, so I’m trying to make the most of it with pulp I have on hand in the studio. This is some kozo I had hand beaten and stored in

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The Paper Studio

The Sunday Paper #293 January 5, 2020 Happy New Year!!

Paper of the Week: Once More: Japanese Papers

You should have received an e-mail from me yesterday, with my post about the papers I picked up in Japan. Here’s another link to that post, in case you haven’t had a chance to read it.

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In the Studio: The Paper Studio

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Japan Trip – Part 3 – The Paper!

This is part three in a three-part series on my trip to Japan. You can read Part 1 here. And Part 2 here. Here’s a short recap about the trip: My husband Ted and I took a two-week trip to Japan in late November/early December 2019. The main reason was to visit our son, a junior in college at DePaul University in Chicago, who is

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Off the Grid Paper

The Sunday Paper #292 December 29, 2019

Paper of the Week: Grid Paper

I have been playing around with my new Cricut Maker (a desktop machine that will cut watermarking material, among other things) and this is the first design I cut and made paper with. If you know anything about watermarks, the imagery cannot be too wide or the pulp slips off of

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Wishing You a Wonder-Filled Holiday Season

The Sunday Paper #291 December 22, 2019

Paper of the Week: Arnold Grummer’s Annual Press Sale

It’s that time of year for Arnold Grummer’s Annual Press Sale. I bought one of these last year and have used it for a traveling papermaking workshop and for book binding – it is a well-crafted, sturdy small press, and I love it! I have the larger size.

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It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Solstice

The Sunday Paper #290 December 15, 2019

Paper of the Week: Japanese Paper

I plan on posting more images of the papers I acquired in Japan, but here are the sheets made by makers I met. From left to right: two heavier weight sheets of Japanese kozo paper created in Yamaguchi Shohachi’s studio; two thin whispy sheets of mitsumata paper created by Chie Honma;

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Japan Trip - Part 2

This is part two in a two-part series on my trip to Japan. You can read Part 1 here. Here’s a short recap about the trip: My husband Ted and I took a two-week trip to Japan in late November/early December 2019. The main reason was to visit our son, a junior in college at DePaul University in Chicago, who is doing a semester abroad

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Japan 2019 – Part 1

My husband Ted and I took a two-week trip to Japan in late November/early December 2019. The main reason was to visit our son, a junior in college at DePaul University in Chicago, who is doing a semester abroad at Kansai Gaidai University in Osaka. I waited 30 years for this adventure, and it was definitely worth the wait! I was living in NYC back

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Echizen Paper

The Sunday Paper #289 December 8, 2019

Paper of the Week: Echizen Paper

As you read this, I’ve just returned home from a two-week trip to Japan. I waited 30 years for this adventure, and it was definitely worth the wait! I was living in NYC back then, working odd jobs and trying to find something I was passionate about. My father was in

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Give the Gift of Water

The Sunday Paper #288 December 1, 2019

Paper of the Week: Mitsumata

Traveling is so much more fun when you have a guide. I’ve been lucky enough to meet people I know through paper every day so far in Japan. Highlights have been visiting a former retreat participant’s Japanese home, shopping at Itoya, a 12-story shop dedicated to paper, meeting up with some former Oregon

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The Paper Explorer

The Sunday Paper #287 November 24, 2019

Paper of the Week: One Sheet Wonders

As I proofread this issue of the blog, I’m enroute to Japan, and I invite you to follow my adventure on Instagram.

Greeting card by Mario Armengol made from one sheet, in my collection, probably purchased at MoMA in the 80’s.

Writing a book is quite an undertaking. It

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A Reusable Book Cover

The Sunday Paper #286 November 17, 2019

Paper of the Week: Kraft Tex

I am in love with kraft tex, which is similar to leather but it’s paper! It comes in a variety of fun natural and bright colors and is easy to cut and sew. This is the July project in The Paper Year. Are you following Elissa Campbell of Blue Roof Designs? She’s

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A Paper Guitar

The Sunday Paper #285 November 10, 2019

Paper of the Week: Plantable Paper

I showed some neighborhood girls how to make plantable paper, which is the April project in The Paper Year 2020: A Creative Project Planner. They show you how you can make plantable paper in this adorable video. There are limited copies, so don't wait to get your copy of The Paper Year

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Twinrocker Handmade Paper

The Sunday Paper #284 November 3, 2019

Paper of the Week: Twinrocker Handmade Paper

I had the great pleasure of interviewing Kathryn & Howard Clark on Paper Talk in late August. They established Twinrocker Handmade Paper in 1971 and were pivotal players in the renaissance of hand papermaking in America. On this episode you’ll hear how they met, how Kathy got a job that was

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Making Shoji Paper

The Sunday Paper #283 October 27, 2019

Paper of the Week: The Paper Year

I asked a friend to test out The Paper Year, and her grandaughter made this sketch – you can tell what was on her mind. Happy Halloween! What are you up to? We live in an upstairs condo and don’t get many trick-or-treaters, but our neighborhood is full of kids. Lots

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Book Arts in Venice

The Sunday Paper #282 October 20, 2019

Paper of the Week: Book Arts in Venice, June 16 – 27, 2020

Printing studio of the Scuola di Grafica Internazionale in Venice, where we will work.

Travel to Venice, Cornuda, and Verona, Italy, to work in traditional printing and letterpress studios and tour historic libraries and museums. Print in the studio of the Scuola Internazionale

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Watermarks at Penland

The Sunday Paper #281 October 13, 2019

Paper of the Week: The Paper Year Don’t forget to pre-order your copy of The Paper Year. They start shipping this week. Stock up early for holiday gift giving or treat yourself to a year-long adventure in paper. There’s a FREE GIFT for everyone who orders by Tuesday!

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Out of the Studio: A Watermarked One-Sheet

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The Paper Year is Here!

The Sunday Paper #280 October 6, 2019

Paper of the Week: The Paper Year It’s a busy week over here… lots of news below! Hooray, it’s time to pre-order your copy of The Paper Year, and there’s a free gift if you place your order by October 15th! Click through to watch the video .

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In the Studio: It’s GIVEAWAY Time!

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Flabacadabra!

The Sunday Paper #279 September 29, 2019

Paper of the Week: This post got lots of attention over on facebook this week. I made this whispy thin and lusciously translucent flabaca (flax/abaca blend). We got a good laugh out of that name at the Red Cliff Paper Retreat, but then I was reminded that I had heard the word flabaca before (from another papermaker, of

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Scary Pop-Ups + Soul Boxes

The Sunday Paper #278 September 22, 2019

Paper of the Week: Abaca: The Incredible Shrinking Translucent Sculptural Material We had a blast at the 6th annual Red Cliff Paper Retreat! I love the in depth bonds that 14 artists can form during a week together as we share meals, learn about each other, make paper, and explore new techniques and ideas with likeminded people in

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Look Inside

The Sunday Paper #277 September 15, 2019

Paper of the Week: Look Inside Last weekend, I was a guest artist at Anything Wright Farms, a library in Denver, for their 10th Anniversary event, Sparkopolis. I set up my installation, Look Inside, between the bookshelves, creating an alley that visitors walked into. They were invited to ponder and write about the way they see themselves, to

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The Paper Year is Coming Soon!

The Sunday Paper #276 September 8, 2019

Paper of the Week: The Paper Year! I received a printed proof of The Paper Year this week and had to make a video to show it to you! Marketing people tell me to make short videos, but I trust that you, dear reader, have a long enough attention span to watch and listen to me for 2

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Bookbinding Anime

The Sunday Paper #275 September 1, 2019

Paper of the Week: Twinrocker Handmade Paper It’s been a whirlwind week with visits to my parents-in-law, dropping our daughter off at Augustana College, lecturing at the Herron School of Art and Design in Indianapolis and a trip to Dolphin Papers. A highlight was a visit to Twinrocker Handmade Paper, where I spent a few hours with the

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Verso Jewelry on Paper Talk

The Sunday Paper #274 August 25, 2019

Paper of the Week: Melanie Brauner’s Paper Jewelry Melanie Brauner is an artist in the Pacific Northwest who makes lovely hand dipped paper & metal jewelry. She grew up around artists, makers and craftspeople, and she never questioned whether she could be an artist and make a living. She learned to make paper with me at the Oregon

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Putting Pen to Paper

The Sunday Paper #273 August 18, 2019

Paper of the Week: Arnold Grummer’s® Arnold Grummer’s®, the August sponsor of the Twelve Months of Paper, offers easy and successful paper making kits and supplies to use at home, school, and in the community. August 19th is Arnold Grummer’s birthday. To celebrate, the company is offering two Birthday Specials during August: FREE SHIPPING on orders over $25*.

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Online Handmade Paper Sale!

The Sunday Paper #272 August 11, 2019

Online Paper Sale!

Twice a year, I have an on-line paper sale, and the Summer 2019 sale begins now! Click here to check out the five paper packages featuring flat flax, Papillon Paper notebooks, flax leather, The Maker’s Paper: Sound Blocks and paper cloth. The sale runs now through next Sunday, August 18th. Quantities are limited, so order

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Jocelyn Chateauvert on Paper Talk

The Sunday Paper #271 August 4, 2019

Paper of the Week: Online Paper Sale Preview

Watch the short preview video for my online paper sale which begins next Sunday! Discover unique handmade papers you won’t find anywhere else in the world!

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In The Studio: Jocelyn Chateauvert on Paper Talk

Jocelyn Chateauvert making paper at the 2014 IAPMA Congress in Fabriano,

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Patchwork Paper

The Sunday Paper #270 July 28, 2019 (Happy 20th to our son Will)

Paper of the Week:

I wanted to use up some of my paper scraps and came up with a plan to make patchwork papers (there is a fantastic–and very different–tradition in Korea called bojagi). I had an intern compose/design the layout of the sheets, and then he applied a layer of

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Meet the Pulparazzi!

The Sunday Paper #269 July 21, 2019

Paper of the Week: Italian Crepe Paper

The July project in the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar is a Crepe Paper Flower. Have you created yours? This isn’t the crepe paper you’re thinking of (those rolls of streamers used for decorating staircases and dangling from ceilings). This new top-of-the-line 180 gram Italian crepe paper is thick, pliable and

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