The Sunday Paper Blog

December 11, 2021

Meet Your Makers Showdown

The Sunday Paper #392

December 12, 2021

My hubby and I went to Aspen for a short getaway to celebrate his birthday and the publication of his first issue of Aspen Sojourner Magazine, which he is now editing (in addition …

December 4, 2021

Support Makers Shop Small

The Sunday Paper #391

December 5, 2021

Thank you to those of you who have already pre-ordered copies of my new book! This is a page spread featuring a few papermaking techniques, along with a profile of Green Banana Paper. …

November 27, 2021

Free Winter Solstice Lantern Workshop

The Sunday Paper #390

November 28, 2021

We’re wrapping up the first year of my online membership program, The Paper Year. I can’t tell you how much I’ve enjoyed this adventure and seeing how this amazing group responds to …

November 20, 2021

Tatting and Giving Thanks

The Sunday Paper #389

November 21, 2021

My mother, who lives in an assisted living facility near me, has a couple of trunks (and many boxes) filled with my grandmother’s papers. Neither she (nor I) have had the energy to …

November 13, 2021

Rag Paper

The Sunday Paper #388

November 14, 2021

I’ve enjoyed putting together a Curated Paper Collection for each quarter of 2021. The Q4 Collection is now available, and I’ve been highlighting each paper over on Instagram. Here’s a favorite from …

November 6, 2021

Every Book is a World

The Sunday Paper #387

November 7, 2021

I had the pleasure of interviewing Jerushia Graham on Paper Talk. Jerushia is the Museum Coordinator for the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking and a working artist. Graham is interested in …

October 30, 2021

Happy Halloween + Dia de Los Muertos

The Sunday Paper #386

October 31, 2021

My membership group, The Paper Year, has been exploring this Pop-Up Skull Lantern structure, designed by a guest artist, Shawn Sheehy. He created this pop-up skull lantern in simple colors, and it look …

October 23, 2021

Digital Printing Paper Made from Hemp

The Sunday Paper #386

October 24, 2021

As with many events, the 21st annual Oak Knoll Fest will be virtual this year. Throughout the pandemic, I haven’t had many opportunities to share my artist’s books, so I’m taking this opportunity …

October 16, 2021

Women in the Book Arts

The Sunday Paper #385

October 17, 2021

I had a lovely conversation with Nicholas Cladis on Paper Talk. Cladis is an interdisciplinary artist and papermaker who lives and works in Iowa City, IA. He is the papermaking specialist at …

October 9, 2021

Illustrated Bookmaking

The Sunday Paper #384

October 10, 2021

The Paper Year is open for registration quarterly, and now is one of those times! Here you see the final three projects we’ll be making in 2021. This would be a great time …