Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Welcome New Advertisers

Allow me to slip an extra post into this week's schedule to welcome All Things Paper's newest sponsors. They're such a talented group of paper artists and I'm delighted to have each one on board.


Sarah Shultz of The Sweet Unfolding creates stylish personalized note cards, art prints, banners, and party invitations. Her poppies, stripes, and polka dots spoke to me the moment I visited her bright and cheerful shop. Check out Sarah's ad for a special offer that's just for All Things Paper readers.


You might remember the clever shop, Colorstory Designs, from a feature post last spring. Amy Gibson and Andrea Read have come up with a wonderful collection of trendy home decor items, all made with magazine pages. A frame like this one would be the perfect present for someone who shares Amy and Andrea's sensibility of thoughtful recycling.

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Cheryl Scanks of cards by cheryl is an unstoppable force when it comes to designing quilled cards that are apropos for so many occasions. Then there's her popular quilled nativity. She makes perfect little sheep, camels, donkeys from rolled paper, and of course all the rest of the nativity participants too.

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Elod Beregszaszi's POPUPology is another site I enjoyed featuring recently. Elod skillfully creates incredible hand cut pop-up cards, bookmarks, and origamic architecture works that would be ideal gifts for any paper connoisseur.


Last but not least is Sena Spearman's shop, Paper Me Jewels. In addition to her eye-catching jewelry, (I'm crazy about this Oriental Bloom necklace) Sena recently launched a brand new line of holiday ornaments... each beautiful orb is shaped from layers and layers of paper she paints by hand.


Maureen said...

I have one of the navities, which I purchased after seeing your post about Cheryl. It's a charming addition to my tiny collection of miniature nativities.

Cards by Cheryl said...

awww thanks a lot Ann for the wonderful plug and for sending Maureen my way.

I can't get enough of the nativities my self.

~ cheryl

Ann said...

I already know and love Cheryl's work, she's fantastic. I'll have to check out the other ones.
That picture frame reminds me of the waste paper baskets my grandfather used to make when I was a kid. He used rolled up magazine pages

Kathy said...

Great shops Ann.. love that nativity set and the necklace is gorgeous..frame is great.. love pop up cards.. too cool..

SUGANTHI said...

Such great shops . loved visiting all of them.

Leanne said...

Love the Nativity set & photo frame.

Anonymous said...

Lovely paper artworks by your new sponsors. They are all different, but special. I am a fan of paper jewellery, thanks for the links.


hellopalz said...

Creativity at its best!!! I could not imagine making such beautiful things with paper...Wow!

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