Meet the Pulparazzi!

The Sunday Paper #269

July 21, 2019

Paper of the Week: Italian Crepe Paper

The July project in the Twelve Months of Paper Calendar is a Crepe Paper Flower. Have you created yours? This isn’t the crepe paper you’re thinking of (those rolls of streamers used for decorating staircases and dangling from ceilings). This new top-of-the-line 180 gram Italian crepe paper is thick, pliable and

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Decorated Papers & Products from Kristoferson Studio

25 Days of Paper 2015, Day 9

© Kristoferson Studio, Combed Paste Papers

Susan Kristoferson has specialized in hand-painted and dyed papers since 1990, including the traditional Japanese fold and dye technique of itajime. At her studio in the foothills of Southern Alberta in Canada, she works on many innovative designs as well as historic reproductions.

© Kristoferson Studio, Stamped

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5: The End of the World: Flying Paper

Hello?

 

Is anybody here?

 

I don’t know if I’m the only one left…

 

I’m thinking about what I’d need at the end of the world. Oh… is it too late?

 

I think I need a getaway vehicle – a way to get off of the earth! And since I’m light as a feather now, I’ll try this first:

Folding

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