"Paper" Blogs & Blog Posts

Craftingmad: my life in card making, scrapbooking and ATCCraftingmad: my life in card making, scrapbooking and ATC

Unassuming blog by paper crafter, Fabrizio who lives in London and distract...

 
Prado-MarinPrado-Marin

A blog about art & craft, making do, being creative and thinking outsid...

 
Something (a little something to say, see and savor)Something (a little something to say, see and savor)

This is my spot in the universe to bookmark everything I find interesting, ...

 
Maria Doering's Art and AdventureMaria Doering's Art and Adventure

Artist. Passionate. Unstoppable.

 


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 They say if you fold 1,000 origami cranes out of individual sheets of paper your deepest wishes will be granted. I tried it once – I was a lonely college kid – and I ended up with pink eye. However, a new paper out of MIT describes...

Last night I demonstrated experimental graphite drawing at the February Jefferson Art Guild meeting. My fellow artists were very enthusiastic about the techniques I performed. The last photo in this post is the result. Eventually I will finish the pi...

Doane Paper makes wonderful pocket-sized notebooks with paper that is fantastically compatible with fountain pens. I absolutely love my Maruman Mnemosyne notebooks, but they are big and rigid. These 5"x7" Doane Paper pads have similarly awesome pa...

Last year, Dropbox introduced an interesting new feature called Project Infinite, which promised to let you view and access all of your files, whether they're on your hard drive or in the cloud. The idea here is that all your files will appear r...

While the Chinese have been credited with the invention of paper some 2,000 years ago, this improvement takes the humble material to a whole new generation.  A research team at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics in China has developed what is be...

Zim & Zou make these delightful hand-cut paper buildings for their Forest Folks display in Dubai. (more…)...

If you live in an area prone to wet or windy weather, flyers stapled to telephone poles don’t last very long. This trick will keep your “lost pet” flyers up longer so you have a better chance of finding your furry friend.Read more...