"Paper" Blogs & Blog Posts

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

Artist. Passionate. Unstoppable.

 
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, ...

 
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...

 


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How did I ever miss Malin Koort amazing illustrations, you ask ... I just don't know! I particularily love the dimensional paper cut-outs. HOW CLEVER. Thank you, Malin, for making me smile this morning.

You look at these and think, how can this be paper? A Petal Unfolds is the studio of paper artist Susan Beech, who creates beautifully delicate crepe paper flowers and botanicals from her home in Hove, UK. Pretty DIY Paper Flowers to Make For...

Going paperless doesn’t need to be limited to office work. Between online bill pay and services like Apple Pay, Google Pay, Zelle, CashApp, and Venmo, you can get rid of nearly all your finance-related clutter. But why stop there? Going paperless c...

Shopping for toilet paper should not be as complicated or expensive as it is. Brands love to splash their packaging with claims that one of their “mega rolls” is equal to 12 or 18 “regular rolls,” but are less forthright about how much actual...

With major blows to the Egypt's tourism industry in the 21st century, papyrus makers are struggling to keep their ancient tradition afloat.

To celebrate the launch of Google Pay’s new GPay app, Google is holding a “Spring Challenge” during which users have a chance to win $30. The event is live now and runs through April 22—though there are only 200,000 gifts available, meaning t...

In a lot of cases, parchment paper and aluminum foil are interchangeable. Both can be used to line baking sheets to prevent food from sticking to the pan (and make clean-up easier), but I always have both in my kitchen because parchment paper can do...