Here ends the 25 Days of Paper 2016: It was a great time to celebrate paper; thank you for following along! If you’d like more info about the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar, click here. Now we will return to our regular scheduled Sunday Papers.
Speaking of snowflakes, Peter Dahmen designed a fantastic holiday card for the Swedish paperboard company Iggesund. Watch the video, it’s gorgeous and inspirational!
Now do you feel like making your own paper snowflake? Here’s a cool tutorial as seen on Insider.
How about An Arctic Christmas? Read about the development of this new pop-up book that was engineered by Yevgeniya Yeretskaya for Jumping Jack Press.
I love my Moleskine journals (and I’m guessing that some of you do too). I stumbled across this MyMoleskin Templates page that has a series of fun projects. You have to join MyMoleskine (very simple) to gain access. You’ll be able to download templates like the one below to create some fun paper objects!
Here’s a great story about an origami guy who offers hope through wishing. A lovely sentiment for this season and always!
In the Studio:
This week I launched the a video about my on-line class which starts in early March. Registration begins next week! Please take a peek and share this with your paper-loving friends.
- Registration for the annual Red Cliff Paper Retreat is open! Treat yourself to a retreat in the Colorado Rockies next September!
- Custom Paper Packs for the Twelve Months of Paper calendar will be available again in mid-January. Calendars are still available here.
- The Papermaker’s Studio Guide DVD and Water Paper Time are now available as downloads.