Eco-artist Ann Wood of Brooklyn creates all sorts of wonderful things from found and salvaged bits. After seeing the Wedgewood-reminiscent paper cups that were featured on Design Sponge recently, I remembered Ann's popular instructions from about a year ago for making paper mache teacups... actually it was this photo of pretty cups all stacked up that stayed with me.
Ann's tutorial is very thorough and I've had it in the back of my mind to give them a go... she makes the process sound easy and a lot of fun too.
Here's what's been happening on the All Things Paper Facebook page this week:
Make a batch of mod pods
Cute tute for rockin' round robins
Jill Sylvia's incredible cut ledger paper
Tissue paper lettering
Have a great weekend!