I recently discovered this Japanese Linen Paper (available from Washi Arts). It is a beautiful quality textured card stock that comes in two weights and a variety of colors. It’s the perfect choice for this Shadow Lantern project that we’ll be making in my new online course, Paper Lanterns (see below)!
Registration opens today for Paper Lanterns, my new online class. Please watch the video trailer to learn all about the class! I’ve put together a curated collection of papers for you to work your way through the projects as we:
It’s pretty cool when commercial printing company makes a product featuring 100% cotton (tree-free) paper. Check out Moo.com‘s cotton business cards: 100% Recycled – made from cotton t-shirts. Scroll down on the page to watch the infomercial. I’m pretty certain they are using Cheney, which is the same 100% cotton rag pulp we papermaker’s use… anyone out there know which company is making the paper for Moo?
This is a lovely project that we should all participate in! Founder Maryann Talia Pau started the global weaving project, called One Million Stars to End Violence, to encourage people to be the “light and kindness they want to see in the world.” All of the stars from countries around the world, made by solo individuals or at specially created Star Weave Jams, will become part of an art installation for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, April 4-5 on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
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Enjoyed the Shadow Lantern project with the Japanese Linen paper. Great work as usual!