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 card. Click through to the actual blog post to watch the video!
Chuck Crockford is a Canadian who has supported this blog for a long time and has purchased both copies of the Twelve Months of Paper calendar. Here’s a photo of the PEACE card he made using this year’s calendar (& paper pack).
Peter Dahmen is a paper engineer in Germany who created this incredible snowflake card for Iggesund Paperboard last year. Below you’ll see a video of me handling the card, but if you click here, you can watch see several professional photos and videos of this lovely card.
What interesting holiday cards have you sent or received?
We’re making a Stacking Star Tree in the Twelve Months of Paper Online Class today. It’s not too late to join the class, which runs through December 23rd. Today’s the last day, but you’ll have access to the video tutorials throughout 2018 so you can make at your own pace! Find out more about the class and the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar.
About the 25 Days of Paper 2017: I’m delighted to share my ideas for using this amazing material with you. If you’d like more info about the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar or the online class, click here. Receive these blog updates via e-mail by adding your address in the upper right hand corner of this page. Enjoy the season!
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Thought of you when I saw URBAN GEODE STREET ART in a book called STREET CRAFT by Riikka Kuittinen. The artist is Paige Smith. She uses paper in an unusual way for graffiti.
That’s so awesome. Thanks for sharing Ellie!