Origami Paper Giveaway

The Sunday Paper #263 June 9, 2019

Paper of the Week: Origami Paper Giveaway

The June project in the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar is an origami Candy Dish, designed by Trinity Adams of Paper For Water. This giveaway features a selection of origami papers that are printed with Japanese chiyogami paper patterns on one side, and a matching color on the other side. It

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The Rhinoceros Project

The Sunday Paper #262 June 2, 2019

Paper of the Week: Double Sided Origami Paper

When I was in Korea about 10 years ago, I went to an amazing paper store in Seoul that had more origami paper than I could even imagine. I’m guessing there are shops like that in Japan (I’m finally planning to visit in 2020 to attend the IAPMA Congress). But

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Paper In the Field

The Sunday Paper #261 May 26, 2019

Paper of the Week: Paper In the Field

My friend and colleague Andrea Peterson has a new book out, called In The Field (available via this link or by calling Hook Pottery Paper at 219.362.9478). Andrea has been living and working with plant fibers she grows and collects for over 20 years on her farm in northwest Indiana.

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Have Abaca, Will Travel

The Sunday Paper #260 May 19, 2019

Paper of the Week: High Shrinkage Abaca

Here’s a photo of a collection of pieces in progress made from high shrinkage abaca. This fiber will never cease to amaze me, and I had a fun weekend sharing my love with a group in Boulder (read on).

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Out of the Studio

Last weekend I was in

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A Paper Wedding Dress

The Sunday Paper #259 Congratulations to Ashisha from Santa Fe for winning last week’s giveaway. Thanks to everyone else for participating! May 12, 2019

Paper of the Week: Japanese Linen Happy Mother’s Day to each and every one of you; if you aren’t a mother, you have a mother! It’s May, and we are still having snow storms here in the high country. Have you

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Five Years of The Sunday Paper!

The Sunday Paper #258 May 4, 2019

Paper of the Week: The Sunday Paper

Wow, was it really five years ago this month that I started The Sunday Paper? I have so much fun collecting and sharing all sorts of fun facts about paper with you!

Happy Birthday

to The Sunday Paper!

I put this blurb at the top

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Gossamer Paper

The Sunday Paper #257 April 28, 2019

Paper of the Week: Berlin Tissue (gossamer) Paper You know how sometimes you know what a word means, but you wouldn’t really know how to describe it if someone asked you? I looked up gossamer, and even lovelier images than I already had in my head came into view: a fine, filmy substance consisting of cobwebs spun by

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Shizen Screen Printed Papers

The Sunday Paper #256 April 21, 2019

Paper of the Week: Shizen Screen Printed Papers

Shizen Design papers are manufactured by hand in India. These papers are made from t-shirt cotton waste, and the huge variety of patterns are screen printed. These papers are acid-free, distributed by Shizen Design in Kansas City, and are available through a variety of retailers, including Artists & Craftsmen and

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Paper Twine / Paper Yarn

The Sunday Paper #255 April 14, 2019 Congratulations to the two winners of the April Giveaway. Janet Lee and Jen Reardon will each receive a copy of Shawn Sheehy’s new pop-up book, Beyond the Sixth Extinction! Look for another giveaway next month!

Paper of the Week: PaperPhine

Welcome to the world of paper twine and paper yarn. These strands have long been forgotten, yet they

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Criss Cross Accordion

The Sunday Paper #254 April 7, 2019

Paper of the Week: French Construction Paper

Hedi Kyle turned me onto French Paper. This is a family owned business that has been manufacturing paper for more than 140 years in Niles, Michigan. Remaining as one of the last, small, independent mills in America, French Paper has learned to take their direction from customers, not corporate consultants. How

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Stardream Paper

The Sunday Paper #253 March 31, 2019

Paper of the Week: Stardream Quartz Metallic

When I was in Dallas recently, I visited the ceiling installation that Paper For Water created for the Crow Asian Art Museum. They used this Stardream Quartz Metallic paper, which comes in 16 iridescent colors in both text and cover weights. Paper For Water volunteers folded more than 200 of these

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Itajime Paper

The Sunday Paper #252 March 24, 2019

Paper of the Week: Itajime

These colorful itajime papers caught my eye recently. They are created at Awagami Factory in Japan… ooh la la! Itajime shibori is a shaped-resist technique. Traditionally done with fabric, but also in paper, the cloth (or paper) is sandwiched between two pieces of wood, which are held in place with string. More modern

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Cloud Paper

The Sunday Paper #251 March 17, 2019 Congratulations to the Wade Brickhouse, the winner of the Colophon Book Arts Supply Giveaway!

Paper of the Week: Japanese Cloud Paper

Made from 10% kozo and 90% manila hemp, this cream colored translucent paper features a dreamy cloud like pattern created with soft fibers that “float” throughout the paper. Machine made in a light weight of 27

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Circle Fold Kit Giveaway!

The Sunday Paper #250 March 10, 2019

Paper of the Week: Colophon Book Arts Circle Fold Kit

In honor of this month’s paper Twelve Months of Paper project (see below), Colophon Book Arts Supply is giving away a small kit that will allow you to make circles and folds then stick them together! A bow compass will create circles in any size, the scissors for

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Vegan Watercolor Paper

The Sunday Paper #249 March 3, 2019

Paper of the Week: Watercolor Paper

Oblation Papers & Press has just released a new product: handmade watercolor paper. This soft-white paper is ph-neutral, made from 100% recycled cotton and crafted by hand in their Portland, OR shop. This latest product makes Oblation the only company to manufacture watercolor paper on the west coast, and one of the

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Handmade Paper for Sale!

The Sunday Paper #248 February 24, 2019

Paper of the Week: Online Paper Sale!

Twice a year, I clear out my flat files and you get a paper sale. Treat yourself to unique handmade papers that you won’t find anywhere else in the world! Everything is discounted – yippee! The sale ends next Sunday, but there are limited quantities for each package, so order now

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Honeycomb Paper

The Sunday Paper #247 February 17, 2019

Paper of the Week: Envelope Light Catcher

If you have a copy of the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar, have you created the February project, the envelope light catcher? If you don’t have a copy of the calendar, I wrote a guest blog post on how to make these a couple of months ago for Stencil Girl Talk.

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Folding as Tech

The Sunday Paper #246 February 10, 2019

Paper of the Week: Risographed Prints by Kelli Anderson

Kelli Anderson, author This Book is a Planetarium, shares some of her genius with us again in a sheet of printed and scored paper. She’s created a folder of pre-scored auxetic folding patterns (yup, I had to look that up too: structures or materials that when stretched, become thicker

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Reversible Paper

The Sunday Paper #245

February 3, 2019

Paper of the Week: Reversible Unryu

I love momigami (crumpled paper, traditionally used to make clothing and other items in Japan). This is an affordable commercial variety that is double-sided and cloth-like. It comes in black/red, which you see here, and is also available in four other colorways (sienna/cherry, brown/chiri, white/cream and blue/lime). I folded a strip of

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Aimee Lee on Paper Talk

The Sunday Paper #244

January 27, 2019

Paper of the Week: Cavellini & Co. Wrap & Posters

I see paper everywhere. My local bookstore has a rack of papers that are meant to be gift wrap. This is high quality gift wrap printed on archival paper in Italy. I’m not sure I could use this to wrap a gift! Cavallini & Co. has hundreds of

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Dutch Ornamental Sheets

The Sunday Paper #243

January 20, 2019

Paper of the Week: Dutch Ornamental Sheets

I read about Papillon Papers on the Book Arts Listserv this week, a company run by Madeleine and Vernon Wiering, a daughter and father design team. They call themselves design archaeologists: they dig through the past to find designs and decorated papers and resurrect them by reproducing and reimagining these often

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Kaleidoscope Leaves

The Sunday Paper #242

January 13, 2019

Paper of the Week: Kaleidoscope Leaves

I was in Denver last week and stopped by Mulberry Paper & More’s warehouse. This is a unique online retail store that sells full sheets of paper, but if you don’t want (or need) a full sheet, you can get them in smaller sizes: 6″ x 6″, 8-1/2″ x 11″ and 12″

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Mabel Grummer on Paper Talk

The Sunday Paper #241

January 6, 2019

Paper of the Week: Arnold Grummers

I had the opportunity to meet with and interview Mabel Grummer & Kim Schiedermayer, wife and daughter of Arnold Grummer, in October for Paper Talk. We talked about Grummer’s career, which eventually led to the family business that Kim still runs today, providing papermaking kits and supplies to educators and artists. Arnold

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2018 Reflections + Looking Forward to 2019

The Sunday Paper #240

December 30, 2018

Papers of the Week: Crystal Metal & Electric Zigzag Lokta

I’m reviewing my 100 x 100 Days of Paper Weaving Project from 2013 (some of you followed my blog back then where I kept a pseudo diary about the project). I started The Sunday Paper shortly after that project. Those 100 weavings are the inspiration behind my upcoming

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Happiest + Merriest + a Ho Ho to You!

The Sunday Paper #239

December 23, 2018 Happy Holidays Everyone!

Paper of the Week: French Paper

I have long been fascinated with the multitude of ways that one sheet of paper can be transformed. Here’s a tree I’ve been engineering over the past couple of weeks. It is made from one sheet of 8-1/2″ x 11″ French Paper. When I interviewed Hedi Kyle &

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Paper Gift Guide

The Sunday Paper #238

December 16, 2018

Paper of the Week: BookLove

Bring your own books to life by signing up to BookLove with Rachel Hazell in January. Let this be a gift to yourself – your first passion project of 2019. You’ll choose the paper, the content, the words and design. Grow your repertoire of techniques as BookLove unfolds over two full weeks

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Helen Hiebert Studio Gift Guide

Here’s an overview of the paper-related products and services that are available on my site (some are free, yay)! These offerings range from films and how-to books, to my blog The Sunday Paper and podcast Paper Talk, to a selection of my artist’s books, my upcoming online workshop Weave Through Winter and the only event in my own studio, the annual Red Cliff Paper Retreat.

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Weave Through Winter

The Sunday Paper #237

December 9, 2018 (Happy Birthday to my dear hubby)!

Paper of the Week: Paper Weaving

I’m super excited to announce my new online class which will debut in the New Year. In the Weave Through Winter classroom, we’ll be creating a daily practice as we explore a variety of papers and weaving techniques. Commit to 30 minutes of creativity a

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Paper In The News

The Sunday Paper #236

December 2, 2018

Paper of the Week: Crumpled Paper

Paper has been in the New York Times a couple of times recently. Here’s an article about a scientist’s research about the math behind how paper crumples (although if you read the article carefully, his experiments were with a mylar substrate rather than real paper). I’m reminded of the Japanese technique

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Holiday Weekend SPECIAL!

The Sunday Paper #235

November 25, 2018

Paper(maker) of the Week: Laurence Barker

I recently interviewed Laurence Barker on Paper Talk. Barker is an influencer in the field of Hand Papermaking. Born in 1930, Barker went to Principia College and got his MFA from Cranbrook, where he also ended up teaching from 1960 – 1970 and ran the first classes in hand papermaking at

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A Crash Course in Papermaking

The Sunday Paper #234

November 18, 2018

Paper of the Week: Handmade Paper

Papermaking workshop in Sheila Nakitende’s Studio. Photo by Women’s Studio Workshop, via Flickr.

I recently wrote A Beginner’s Guide to Making Your Own Paper for Artsy. It seems to me that there is an uptick in the interest in handmade paper, especially in making it yourself. I still think that

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The Gift of Water via Paper

The Sunday Paper #233

November 11, 2018

Paper of the Week: Trinity’s School Project

Yesterday I received this photograph from 8-year old Trinity Adam’s mother Deb, showing her school project about her family’s non-profit Paper For Water. The 6 boxes on the sides of the presentation are filled with projects Trinity created from the Twelve Months of Paper How-To Book & Calendar. Trinity designed

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FREE Pop-Up Lantern Tutorial

The Sunday Paper #232

November 4, 2018

Paper of the Week: Elephant Hide + A Free Pop-Up Lantern Video Tutorial

Elephant hide is one of my favorite papers for folding. It is a German paper produced by Zanders and is only carried by a few suppliers in the states (I get it from Talas). It comes in two weights and a handful of muted,

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Veggie Papyrus

The Sunday Paper #231

October 28, 2018 Thanks to everyone who entered the October Twelve Months of Paper Giveaway. Kathleen Hartley (please contact me when you see this) and Tatyana Bessmertnaya are the lucky winners who will receive a calendar + paper pack. I’ll be making the projects and posting about them in early November, and the winners will be posting along as much as

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Winged Paper

The Sunday Paper #230

October 21, 2018

Paper of the Week: The Custom Paper Pack GIVEAWAY! (with a request)

I had such fun watching Elissa Campbell of Blue Roof Designs create the projects in the 2019 Twelve Months of Paper How-to Book & Calendar over on Instagram during the past two weeks. I asked her to do it, and was delighted that she said yes!

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Double Sided Origami Paper!

The Sunday Paper #229

October 14, 2018

Paper of the Week: Double Sided Origami Paper

I wonder who invented double sided papers? I love the design opportunities (and surprises) they offer when you start folding them. This origami paper comes in a package of 8 color patterns with 96 sheets that are 6.75″ square. They feature prints of chiyogami papers – patterns that are silkscreen

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It's Here: 12 New Paper Projects!

The Sunday Paper #228

October 7, 2018

Paper of the Week: 2019 Twelve Months of Paper Calendar

Hooray! The 2019 Twelve Months of Paper Calendars are ready to make their way out into the world. This is a combination how-to book and calendar all-in-one. Explore a variety of papers and techniques while creating unique gifts, cards and home décor. 12 months and 12 projects feature

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Pop-Ups and Movables

The Sunday Paper #227

September 30, 2018

Paper of the Week: A Round Up of My How-To Books

I’ve been creating these book round-ups throughout 2018 featuring five books a month. It just dawned on me that I’ve written five how-to books, so this post is dedicated to them. You might be interested in the story behind my how-to books. Quite early in my career,

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How-To Books by Helen Hiebert

I’ve been creating these book round-ups throughout 2018 featuring five books a month. It just dawned on me that I’ve written five how-to books, so this post is dedicated to them. Feel free to pin this image to share this resource with the wider paper community. And by the way, click here to see the growing list of the Best-of-Lists. I’m creating one a month.

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When It’s On paper, It’s Considered Art

The Sunday Paper #227

September 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.

When I was in Chicago this summer, I had a conversation with Melissa Jay Craig. Have a listen and there’s a video

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Video: How to Make an Origami Candy Dish

The Sunday Paper #226

September 16, 2018

Paper of the Week: Double Sided Origami Paper

Get ready to smile! Meet Trinity Adams, an 8-year old from Dallas, TX whose family runs the non-profit organization Paper For Water. You will be hearing more from me about this amazing organization in the coming weeks. Trinity designed one of the projects in the upcoming Twelve Months of

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Geo-Graphic Gems

The Sunday Paper #225

September 9, 2018 Thanks to everyone who entered the September Twelve Months of Paper Giveaway featuring a Bookbinder’s Delight from Colophon Book Arts Supply. And the winner is … Ryan Roberts. Congratulations!

Paper of the Week: Red Cliff Paper Retreat

What a thrill it is to have people from all over the country (and one from Japan) come together

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Colophon Book Arts Supply Giveaway!

The Sunday Paper #224

September 2, 2018

Paper of the Week: A Bookbinder’s Delight!

Colophon Book Arts Supply is excited to offer supplies for this month’s giveaway! Included in this group of goodies is: a 12 inch steel ruler, a two sided cutting mat, a scoring bonefolder, a 9mm olfa snap off knife, and ½ inch double sided tape. All of these tools

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Cut Paper – Paper Cut

The Sunday Paper #233

November 11, 2018

Paper of the Week: Trinity’s School Project

Yesterday I received this photograph from 8-year old Trinity Adam’s mother Deb, showing her school project about her family’s non-profit Paper For Water. The 6 boxes on the sides of the presentation are filled with projects Trinity created from the Twelve Months of Paper How-To Book & Calendar. Trinity designed

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Paper Cutting Book Roundup

Here’s a round up of five books about paper cutting, a tradition that varies from country to country and a contemporary art and craft that seems to have no bounds! Feel free to pin this image to share this resource with the wider paper community. Let me know if you know of other books about paper cutting that I can add to my next Best-of-List.

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The Maker's Paper

The Sunday Paper #222

August 19, 2018

Paper of the Week: The Maker’s Paper

In my summer online paper sale (see below) I am offering a Maker’s Paper. The idea here is that you purchase a sheet of this unique handmade paper, and I send you video instructions for creating a paper vessel. Here’s the video which offers a glimpse into the

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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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Paper on Mt. Everest

The Sunday Paper #213

June 17, 2018 Happy Father’s Day to everyone!

Paper of the Week: Pondside Pulp & Paper

June Tyler offers papermaking workshops in her Norwich, NY Studio Pondside Pulp and Paper. She has a new 4’ x 6’ mould and deckle made by Tony Carlone for workshop participants to use. This summer, she and Tony are offering the following workshops:

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FREE Luminaria Tutorial

The Sunday Paper #212

June 10, 2018 Thanks to everyone who entered the June Twelve Months of Paper Giveaway for a set of decorative papers! And the winner is … Karen Pizzuto-Sharp. Congratulations!

Paper of the Week: Watermarked Cotton Handmade Paper

Just in case you don’t know about the 12 Months of Paper… it’s an annual calendar that features a how-to paper project every month.

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Decorative Paper Giveaway

The Sunday Paper #211

June 3, 2018

Paper of the Week: A 6-Sheet Giveaway!

Click through to win! One winner will receive this set of six decorative papers from gpcpapers.com. These are the papers we’re using to create the lamps you see below in the Paper Illuminated online class. What will you create if you win?

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In the Studio: Paper Illuminated

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Books about Pop-Ups

The Sunday Paper #210

May 27, 2018

Paper of the Week: Five Books about Pop-UPs

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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In the Studio: Paper Talk

I had a lovely visit/podcast interview with

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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! Feel free to pin this image to share this resource with the wider paper community. Some of these books were written awhile ago, but they still have great content! Let me know

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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

This is a new(ish) monthly feature on the blog: a video tutorial featuring a

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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

Papery Tidbits:

Have you listened to the latest episode of Paper Talk with Mina Takahashi? Join Club Paper now, before you forget! Hop on over to youtube to watch this video about a pulp stencilled handmade paper I created this week

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Check out the

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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! Feel free to pin this image to share

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Floral Lantern

The Sunday Paper #205

Paper of the Week: Reminiscence Papers – Narcissus White

_______________________________________________________________ Papery Tidbits: Did you catch my free video tutorial on how to make a Wavy Circular Paper Weaving last week? I enjoyed this Six-Fold, Flat-Fold, Paper-Fold over on Playful Book Binding and Paper Works. Cave Paper has reached the half-way mark in their Indiegogo campaign to transition to a Co-op.

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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

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