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

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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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