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!
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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 collage. Her papers are created on Arches Text Wove using Golden Acrylics and Shofu Wheat Paste. Madeleine’s Paste Papers are loved by people around the globe and she is sure you will enjoy this lovely group of small to medium primo scraps. Click here to enter, and the winner will be selected at random, notified, and announced here on the blog next Sunday. Good luck!
- Have you listened to my the latest episode of Paper Talk, featuring Lynn Sures? A new episode featuring Nancy Cohen will be published next week.
- Contact me if you are interested in promoting your company in the 2020 Twelve Months of Paper Project book, on this blog and on Paper Talk.
- Ooh! Audrey Niffenegger is working on a sequel to The Time Traveler’s Wife (the heroine in the TTW is a papermaker).
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