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.

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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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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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Papierwerk Glockenbach

The Sunday Paper #201

March 25, 2018 Paper of the Week: Five Books about Paper Lampshades

Paper and light have been a fascination since the beginning of my career. From folding screens to hot air balloons, lamps and lanterns to kites, there are numerous ways to view paper activated by light. This is a round-up of a few books I’ve collected over the years.

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Best Paper Lampshade Books

PAPER LAMPSHADE BOOK ROUND-UP Paper and light have been a fascination since the beginning of my career. From folding screens to hot air balloons, lamps and lanterns to kites, there are numerous ways to view paper activated by light. Here’s a round-up of a few books I’ve collected over the years. Feel free to pin this image to share this resource with the wider paper

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The 200th Edition of the Sunday Paper

The Sunday Paper #200

March 18, 2018

To celebrate this milestone, if you read this blog regularly, would you consider making a donation to support the research, writing, design and delivery of The Sunday Paper? Click on the paper button at the left to learn how. Or, perhaps you’re interested in promoting your business in The Sunday Paper. Thanks to everyone who has already pledged

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Folded Motif Video Tutorial

The Sunday Paper #199

March 11, 2018 Thanks to everyone who entered the March Twelve Months of Paper Giveaway for a chance to win a subscription to UPPERCASE Magazine! And the winner is… Jeanette Davis. Congratulations! Paper of the Week: Wrapping Paper Folded Motif This is a new monthly feature on the blog: a video tutorial featuring a paper and a project. Click here to

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UPPERCASE Magazine Giveaway

The Sunday Paper #198

March 4, 2018

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

Click through to win! UPPERCASE is a quarterly ads-free print magazine for the creative and curious with eclectic content inspired by design, typography, illustration and craft. A playful exploration of creativity, an affinity for vintage ephemera, and a love of handmade are some elements common in each issue. The magazine

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Paper On Snow

The Sunday Paper #197

February 25, 2018 Paper of the Week: Five Books about Paper Folding

I have collected books about paper folding, paper engineering and paper design for over 30 years. There are some oldies and goodies that are still circulating out there. Some of these are visual catalogs for inspiration and others are serious how-to manuals. Check out this round-up of

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Best Paper Folding Books

PAPER FOLDING ROUND-UP I have collected books about paper folding, paper engineering and paper design for over 30 years. I began my quest at The Strand in NYC when I lived there in late 80’s/early 90’s. And then I moved to Portland, OR where I discovered the paper craft section at Powell’s Books, ooh la la! I always find a few gems there. I am

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Priscilla Robinson on Paper Talk

The Sunday Paper #196

February 18, 2018 Paper of the Week: New Podcast Episode! Paper Talk I love hearing the stories of hand papermakers: how they discovered paper, what drew them in (hand papermaking is a serious commitment after all), how they’ve set up their studios, and the twists and turns of their careers. Paper Talk is a monthly podcast series featuring artists and professionals

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Origami Paper Pouch Tutorial

The Sunday Paper #195

February 11, 2018 Thanks to everyone who entered the February Twelve Months of Paper Giveaway for a chance to win a selection of pop-up cards from Up With Paper/UWP Luxe! Congratulations to Stuart Copans for winning! Paper of the Week: Winter Online Paper Sale Twice a year, I clear out my flat files to make room for new papers, and you

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Up With Paper/UWP Luxe Giveaway!

The Sunday Paper #194

February 4, 2018 Hello friends! If you enjoy this post, please consider sharing it with your paper-loving friends. Just click on one of the social media buttons at the bottom of the post and share away. Thanks! Paper of the Week: Up With Paper/UWP Luxe Giveaway! Get a snail mail starter pack with this giveaway collaboration from Up With Paper and

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Luminous Paper Birds

The Sunday Paper #193

January 28, 2018 Paper of the Week: Five Books about Hand Papermaking Techniques

I’m a huge fan of innovation in paper. This medium is incredible because aside from just making your own sheets, you can paint with pulp, drape freshly formed sheets over an armature, cast, embed, emboss, create watermarks, add inclusions and more. Check out this selection of

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Best Paper Technique Books

HAND PAPERMAKING TECHNIQUES I’m a huge fan of innovation in paper. This medium is incredible because aside from just making your own sheets, you can paint with pulp, drape freshly formed sheets over an armature, cast, embed, emboss, create watermarks, add inclusions and more. Check out this selection of books that focus on hand papermaking techniques. Feel free to pin this image to share this

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Paper e-Love

The Sunday Paper #192

January 21, 2018 Paper of the Week: Paper Love e-course

How about starting the New Year with an adventure in paper? Registration for Rachel Hazell’s PaperLove e-course is now open and readers of the Sunday Paper get a special 10% discount off the full price. Starting 12th February, the five week PaperLove course is packed with brilliant projects, accessible

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Vellum Paper Ring Tutorial

The Sunday Paper #191

January 14, 2018 Thanks to everyone who entered the January 12 Months of Paper Giveaway for a a chance to win a selection of adhesives from Washi Arts! Congratulations to Tricia Snell for winning the Japanese Adhesive Assortment. Have fun getting sticky! Paper of the Week: Vellum Ring This is a new monthly feature on the blog: a paper tutorial featuring

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Washi Arts Giveaway!

The Sunday Paper #190

January 7, 2018 Paper of the Week: Washi Arts Giveaway! Start 2018 with a fresh stash of adhesives for your studio from our friends at Washi Arts. This giveaway package includes five different adhesives — from pre-made starch paste in a tube to a half pound of Jin Shofu wheat starch to cook your own archival paste. The Noribake paste brush

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Dropping the Ball!

The Sunday Paper #189

December 31, 2017

Paper of the Week: Woven Japanese Papers

Last week I showed you the papers I’m using for my next 6-week online class, Paper Weaving. Here is an idea of what we’ll be turning those papers into in the class (a supply kit will be available, but I’m also looking forward to seeing what participants create from their

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HH from HH

25 Days of Paper – Day 25

December 25, 2017 Warm wishes to you and yours today, wherever you are and however you celebrate! If you found this in your in box, please click here to watch the short video. Here’s to paper enlightening us until the end of time!  

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About the 25 Days of Paper 2017: I’m delighted

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Peace • Joy • Love

25 Days of Paper – Day 24; The Sunday Paper #188

December 24, 2017

Paper of the Week: Japanese Papers

I’m super excited to be planning my next 6-week online class, Paper Weaving. A fun part of the planning is picking out the papers for the class projects (all of the papers you see in the photo still have to be woven, except for

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I Got Mail!

25 Days of Paper – Day 23

December 23, 2017 This week, I received three unique holiday cards that I’d like to share with you. Bruce Foster is a paper engineer in Texas who has designed nearly 40 pop-up books for publishers, museums and companies. I featured one of his projects (a pop-up dragon) in my book Playing With Pop-Ups. Bruce sent me this lovely

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In Search of Origins

25 Days of Paper – Day 22

December 22, 2017 On the even days during December, I’m highlighting the companies that are sponsors of the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. These companies work hard to bring us beautiful papers, paper products, paper journalism, paper- and book making tools, paper history and more. Today, we learn about the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking.

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Happy Solstice!

25 Days of Paper – Day 21

December 21, 2017 On this shortest day of the year, I’d like to share a few paper lights with you. HiiH Lights makes custom handmade paper lights in Astoria, Oregon. Be sure to browse all of their offerings! You can see them in many shop windows and restaurants in Portland and along the Oregon coast.

Red Cliff Paper Retreat

25 Days of Paper – Day 20

December 20, 2017 On the even days during December, I’m highlighting the companies that are sponsors of the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. These companies work hard to bring us beautiful papers, paper products, paper journalism, paper- and book making tools, paper history and more. Helen Hiebert Studio is the sponsor today, and I’d like to talk about

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Are you a Wrapper?

25 Days of Paper – Day 19

December 19, 2017 ‘Tis the season of wrapping. Do you wrap? I love beautiful packaging, and I remember spending hours in the Japanese department stores I visited in 1988, which is where I decided that paper was my thing. But I don’t wrap much. First of all, I don’t purchase many gifts; and second, wrapping seems like a

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Colophon Book Arts

25 Days of Paper – Day 18

December 18, 2017 On the even days during December, I’m highlighting the companies that are sponsors of the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. These companies work hard to bring us beautiful papers, paper products, paper journalism, paper- and book making tools, paper history and more. Today, we learn about Colophon Book Arts.

Colophon Book Arts Supply

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End of an Era: the Papermakers of Camas

25 Days of Paper – Day 17; The Sunday Paper #187

December 17, 2017

Paper of the Week: A 134-year old Paper Mill in Washington State

Check this out! Camas Washington’s High School mascot is called the Mean Machine, an animated paper roll machine that’s a nod to the town’s paper making history. The road that runs by the High School is Papermaker’s Way. In

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Reminiscence Papers

25 Days of Paper – Day 16

December 16, 2017 On the even days during December, I’m highlighting the companies that are sponsors of the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. These companies work hard to bring us beautiful papers, paper products, paper journalism, paper- and book making tools, paper history and more. Today, we learn about Reminiscence Papers.

Reminiscence Papers is an online

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A Simple Book Structure

25 Days of Paper – Day 15

December 15, 2017 When does inspiration strike? Last year around this time, I was looking at a pile of catalogs/junk mail on my dining room table. And I envisioned this book sculpture. I created a half-tree template, laid the catalog on my cutting mat, grabbed my Xacto knife and cut out this tree shape. Voilá, a book tree!

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Learning Online

25 Days of Paper – Day 14

December 14, 2017 On the even days during December, I’m highlighting the companies that are sponsors of the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. These companies work hard to bring us beautiful papers, paper products, paper journalism, paper- and book making tools, paper history and more. Today, Helen Hiebert Studio is sponsoring the post, and I’d like to introduce

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Country Western Papermaking

25 Days of Paper – Day 13

December 13, 2017 I share this at least once a year, because even if you’ve seen it, I think it is fun to revisit. Papermaking on Sesame Street was one of the highlights of my career. I worked with a film editor, who came up with the lyrics for this catchy song and hired a singer to perform

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Papermaking Supplies

25 Days of Paper – Day 12

December 12, 2017 On the even days during December, I’m highlighting the companies that are sponsors of the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. These companies work hard to bring us beautiful papers, paper products, paper journalism, paper- and book making tools, paper history and more. Today, we learn about Arnold Grummer’s. Arnold Grummer’s® has been a supplier for

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Holiday Cards

25 Days of Paper – Day 11

December 11, 2017 Do you send holiday cards? I used to have a tradition (before I had kids, which is already 18 years ago)! Often, I get hung up on the ‘making the cards‘ part. I envision something too grand and then never get around to making them! It’s on my list again this year, but time is

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Flurry Paper

25 Days of Paper – Day 10; The Sunday Paper #186

December 10, 2017 NEWS FLASH: If you’re a last-minute shopper, I’ll be offering free shipping on any Twelve Months of Paper order through my online shop Tuesday – Thursday, December 12-14 (offer valid in the US only). There’s still time to get your order to you by Christmas or the end of Hanukkah! Paper

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Luminaria

25 Days of Paper – Day 9

December 9, 2017 Today I’d like to pay tribute to making paper by hand. It’s an age-old technique that has changed little since it was first invented around 105AD. Aside from being a substrate for all kinds documents to works of art, contemporary artists are using paper in all kinds of innovative ways. Here are a few examples,

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Paste Paper

25 Days of Paper – Day 8

December 8, 2017 On the even days during December, I’m highlighting the companies that are sponsors of the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. These companies work hard to bring us beautiful papers, paper products, paper journalism, paper- and book making tools, paper history and more. Today, we learn about Madeleine’s Paste Papers.

Madeleine Durham is a

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You're a Star!

25 Days of Paper – Day 7

December 7, 2017 I love stars (who doesn’t)? When I take my dog out for last walkies at night, I always look up at the sky (especially at this time of year when the days are short). Here’s a fun selection of paper star tutorials. This Window Star features kite paper, a colored wax paper: These hanging stars

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UPPERCASE

25 Days of Paper – Day 6

December 6, 2017 Happy St. Nicholas Day! On the even days during December, I’m highlighting the companies that are sponsors of the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. These companies work hard to bring us beautiful papers, paper products, paper journalism, paper- and book making tools, paper history and more. Today, we learn about UPPERCASE Magazine.

UPPERCASE

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Let it Snow!

25 Days of Paper – Day 5

December 5, 2017 Click through to find instructions for this elegant paper snowflake. Take a square of paper, fold and cut it using the template provided – and voilá – an origami snowflake filled with trees. Try varying the cuts to create different patterns. Enjoy! We’re making this Spring Shamrock in the Twelve Months of Paper Online Class

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Up With Paper!

25 Days of Paper – Day 4

December 4, 2017 On the even days during December, I’m highlighting the companies that are sponsors of the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. These companies work hard to bring us beautiful papers, paper products, paper journalism, paper- and book making tools, paper history and more. Today, we learn about UWP LUXE.

UWP Luxe is the latest addition

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The Sunday Paper!

25 Days of Paper – Day 3; The Sunday Paper #185

December 3, 2017 Paper of the Week: Papel Picado

I haven’t seen the movie Coco yet (it’s on my list) but I hear there are some great animations of papel picado (Mexican paper cutting). I enjoyed this article which includes the story of how the director came up with the movie idea. It’s

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Wa = Japanese + shi = paper · washi = Japanese paper

25 Days of Paper – Day 2

December 2, 2017 On the even days during December, I’m highlighting the companies that are sponsors of the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. These companies work hard to bring us beautiful papers, paper products, paper journalism, paper- and book making tools, paper history and more. Today, we learn about Washi Arts.

Washi is traditionally made with

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25 Days of Paper 2017

December 1, 2017 Welcome to the 6th Annual 25 Days of Paper Blog Marathon! It’s a great time to celebrate paper, and I’m delighted to share my ideas for using this amazing material with you. If you’re subscribed to my blog, you’ll receive a daily e-mail from now through December 25th. If you’d like to receive daily updates, please type your e-mail address into the

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Best Paper Gifts Guide

Here’s my pick of a selection of cool paper products that are available this holiday season (ranging in price from $5 to $150). Purchase papery gifts while supporting artists, designers and brick and mortar shops. Please share this list with your friends! Bring on the PAPER LOVE! Paper artists, crafters and designers: if you have a product you would like me to consider for future

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Twelve Months of Paper Sale!

The Sunday Paper #184, November 26, 2017 Paper of the Week: Twelve Months of Paper Calendar

There’s a Black Friday/Small Biz Saturday/Hey Today’s Sunday!/Cyber Monday SALE on calendars going on in my online shop. I hope you know by now that these are really how-to books with evergreen content, but of course I’d love to get as many of them as I can hanging on

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Paper Beauty Hack

The Sunday Paper #183, November 19, 2017 Paper of the Week: Mino Washi

If you haven’t noticed, I love discovering new papers. I found this one a year or so ago when I was designing the projects for the 2017 Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. This leaf mobile is the featured project this month (have you made it yet? I’d love to see a

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Kozo Harvest

The Sunday Paper #183, November 12, 2017 Paper of the Week: Combat Paper

As we honor our veterans, here’s a group that’s doing great work, with paper! Combat Paper engages veterans in a therapeutic process as to turn their uniforms into sheets of paper and works of art.

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In the Studio: A Giveaway!

The Twelve Months of Paper calendars are

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Persimmon Paper

The Sunday Paper #182, November 5, 2017 Paper of the Week: Japanese Persimmon Treated Stencil Paper

Cushing Memorial Library and Archives, Texas A&M University

A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of visiting the Berger-Cloonan Collection of Decorated Papers at Texas A&M University (This happens to be where my father taught physics, and also is where I grew up. I hadn’t

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