"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...

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

Artist. Passionate. Unstoppable.

 
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, ...

 


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Learn how to make trendy tassel garlands out of tissue paper for a festive party decoration! The post {DIY} How to Make your own Tassel Garland! appeared first on Pizzazzerie.

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a paper that can track touch, which, among other applications, could lead to an inexpensive way to digitize writing. They're presenting their work this week at the ACM CHI Conference on Hu...

When I was a kid, wrapping presents was my favorite holiday activity. No joke! And it’s still one of things I look forward to most each year, as strange as that may seem. So, I put together a HUGE gift guide filled with ALL of the things anyone...

I’ve always loved giving and receiving calendars and planners as gifts for the holidays. So I wanted to put together a 2018 calendars and planners roundup early this year, in case you want to get a jump start with me.┬áThere are some really goo...

This year, I’m getting ahead on sharing holiday DIYs because I have lots of things I want to make and there’s only so many days before Christmas. You in? I hope so! I made these paper present pouches as a holiday gift wrap idea that is pe...

Paper Flower

By Not Quite Perfect on Sep 5, 2017 in: paper

More accident as opposed to design. The wallpaper version is available at the preceding link.Today's Gratitude Item: Slowly making inroads into my 'marking mountain'. It is still significant but it's not as bad as it was...

 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...