Five Years of The Sunday Paper!

The Sunday Paper #258 May 4, 2019

Paper of the Week: The Sunday Paper

Wow, was it really five years ago this month that I started The Sunday Paper? I have so much fun collecting and sharing all sorts of fun facts about paper with you!

Happy Birthday

to The Sunday Paper!

I put this blurb at the top

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Paper Windows

The Sunday Paper #147, February 19, 2017

Paper of the Week: PaperLove e-course

Here’s another papery online course that you might be interested in!

Registration is now open for Rachel Hazell’s PaperLove – starts 6th March 2017

Rachel believes that everybody has a some kind of book inside them – the workshops she’s taught all round the world have mostly been

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Paper Pop-Ups

The Sunday Paper #107, May 15, 2016 Paper of the Week: Pico Paisley Moss Green from GPC Papers Double-sided papers are useful for a variety of reasons. But for this pop-up dandelion card (a tutorial is available here) the decorative side makes for a nice cover while the plain inside doesn’t interfere with the pop-up flower. This is a screen printed handmade cotton paper from

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Cardborigami, Paper Vaccines & Wet-Folding

In the Studio:

This week’s work brings you The Paper of the Week, a new column in The Sunday Paper.

Stay tuned… in the coming weeks, I’m going to be inviting you to:

support my blog by making a donation if you’re a reader sponsor The Paper of the Week by promoting your products if you’re a supplier

And as always, a big thank

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The Sunday Paper, (1) 11,

This week’s Sunday paper is coming to you from Landau, Germany where I am currently visiting friends.

Yulia Brodskaya has a unique style of drawing with paper. She creates artwork and illustrations for international clients.

Check out some of the 50 Book Benches which are popping up around the UK.

This Importance of Being Ernest inspired design can be found on

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16: Holiday Greeting Cards

Before I had children (13 years ago) I enjoyed making handmade holiday cards and sending them to friends and family. Unfortunately, that tradition has gone by the wayside, but last year, I created this virtual card (I did make the original in handmade paper) and thankfully had a talented intern who helped with the animation. I love mixing the old and the new! I’m hoping

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