All Things New

I’m not sure how it is for you, but somehow it seems I blink and the day is gone. And with it the chance to create a new blog post or share with you my latest paper related excitement.

Like ‘Happy Fall’ by Chloe Fleury (image © Chloe Fleury).

But I have to admit, behind the scenes things were busy. Baby J has started a few tentative days at nursery and so far we (first her then me) seem to have had every (fortunately minor) illness under the sun. But she seems to really like it and so do I.

A great new magazine I recently discovered (image © paper runway).

Anyway, I was going to say that I used my time productively and there are a few fun things to come. I tremendously enjoyed creating a new paper object (hurray!) for which I’m eventually going to put up a little how-to-guide. However, it’s all still top secret, so please bear with me a little bit longer.

A stylish new blog about all things paper. Designed and created by the talented Donaville Herrick.

And there is more fun to come: I interviewed the brilliant David Farley, a marvelous and incredibly busy theater stage designer. I’m now busy transcribing our conversation and am already looking forward to sharing it with you. So be prepared for great things ahead.

 

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Charming Paper Owls

I just came across something very exciting I can’t wait to share with you. On her marvelous blog Craft & Creativity Helena showcases those beautiful little paper owls.

You can download the templates free for personal use from the website 3eyedbear. (Another splendid site that went straight into my bookmark folder.) Wouldn’t this make an exciting little crafty project for the weekend ahead?

All images © Helena, Craft & Creativity

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Dinh Truong Giangs Amazing Penguins

This weeks Small Saturday Treat is the beautiful folded artwork by Dinh Truong Giang. Born in Viet Nam he creates paper art from sheets of papers, which he skilfully moulds and folds into shape. I’m particularly fond of his penguins.

Hard to believe that this is ‘just’ paper, isn’t it?

Love the posture of the foxes.

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