The Sunday Paper #226
September 16, 2018
Paper of the Week: Double Sided Origami Paper
Get ready to smile! Meet Trinity Adams, an 8-year old from Dallas, TX whose family runs the non-profit organization Paper For Water. You will be hearing more from me about this amazing organization in the coming weeks. Trinity designed one of the projects in the upcoming Twelve Months of Paper Calendar. In the meantime, grab a piece of origami paper and make this Candy Dish with Trinity! I’ll be donating $5 from each calendar sale to Paper For Water – I hope you will join me and pitch in to help build wells for families around the world (details coming in early October)!
In the Studio:
My studio (and this gym in the old school house where my studio is) was full of retreat participants for the past week! It was a stimulating week full of inspiration and creativity. One of the best parts of the Red Cliff Paper Retreat is making new friends who share the paper bond.
Two new books about book making that you’ll want in your library!
- Hedi Kyle’s book, The Art of the Fold, co-authored with her daughter Ulla Warchol. I’m interviewing Hedi on Paper Talk – stay tuned!
- Rachel Hazell, aka The Traveling Bookbinder has a new book coming out called Bound.
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