The Sunday Paper Blog

December 5, 2016

Arnold Grummer's

25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 6

What does Zig Zag mean to you? The first thought that comes to my mind is Charlie Brown’s shirt! But in this case, it’s the clever name of Arnold Grummer’s accordion – aka …

December 4, 2016

Hanging Heart

25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 5 Here’s a bit about February’s project in the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. This is a simple structure made from multiple pages cut to the same shape and size. I love thinking…
December 3, 2016

Paper Connection International

The Sunday Paper #136, December 4, 2016
Since it’s Sunday, this is a double-feature. The regular Sunday Paper appears at the bottom of this post. 25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 4

There are a handful of companies that bring …

December 2, 2016

Kite Paper

25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 3 Here’s a bit about January’s project in the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. Kite paper is basically colored wax paper, and it folds really well. Its translucency makes it perfect for making…
December 1, 2016

Mulberry Paper & More

25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 2

Mulberry Paper & More is an e-commerce paper company located near Denver, CO. I’ve been to visit twice, and it’s always fun to see a warehouse full of paper! Check out this cute …

November 30, 2016

Pop-Up Tree

25 Days of Paper 2016, Day 1
Today begins another 25 Days of Paper to celebrate the season by sharing the wonders of paper.

This year, I’ll be highlighting the projects from the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar on odd …

November 26, 2016

Italian Papers

The Sunday Paper #135, November 27, 2016
Paper of the Week: Fabriano

Founded in 1282, the paper mill at Fabriano is the oldest continuously operating paper mill in Europe. Fabriano’s art papers are used by artists worldwide, and if you …

November 19, 2016

Paper Food

The Sunday Paper #134, November 20, 2016
Paper of the Week: Paper Napkins

I was having lunch with participants at a workshop this weekend and someone brought over a napkin. We’ve all jotted notes on a napkin, right? This was …

November 12, 2016

Onward with Courage

The Sunday Paper #133, November 13, 2016
Paper of the Week: Ballot Paper

Have you ever thought about how much paper is used to print ballots (not to mention the multi-page voter information packets and other paraphernalia). Sometimes I wonder …

November 5, 2016

Calendar Sale!

The Sunday Paper #132, November 6, 2016
Paper of the Week: Eric Gjerde’s Bio Paper

Mmmm…. slime! Check out this amazing new bio-paper that Eric Gjerde has been working with for the past few years. Specimens is the first of …