Bendable Paper

The Sunday Paper #94

Paper of the Week: DIY Bendable Paper

When you mix paper and wire you end up a new material. I’ve embedded wires in between sheets of handmade abaca paper for years (they stick to each other during the papermaking process). But recently, I got the idea of making this bendable paper with readymade sheets. Here’s how this sheet was made

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Paper in the Guinness Book of World Records

The Sunday Paper #62

Paper of the Week: Thai Unryu

Thai Unryu is a versatile paper that I like to use for teaching. It is inexpensive and beautiful with kozo fibers running through it. It comes in a wide variety of colors (these are only a third of them), you can get it in 25″ x 37″ sheets, and a handful of colors are available

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Day # 25: Start at the Very Beginning

In honor of the publication of my new book, Playing With Paper, I’m launching this 25 Days of Paper blog marathon. Today is Day 1, but we’ll count down from 25, ending on Christmas day with a giveaway! And since it is the holiday season, I’ll be hosting a few other giveaways. Be sure to check in daily to learn how to win a copy

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