Monday, November 12, 2012

Welcome November Sponsors

I still can't get over the fact that it's November... wasn't summer just a few weeks ago? Wishful thinking! Anywho, it's time to begin drawing up those holiday gift lists - luckily ATP's sponsors have us covered with lots of fresh ideas.

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First up, a warm welcome to Sarah Schultz of The Sweet Unfolding. She's a talented designer who creates pretty stationery, invitations, and giclee art prints. Sarah's chevron note cards are personalized and modern, not to mention colorful and fun.

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Love this quote!

Free domestic shipping through December 31, 2012 plus ATP readers receive a 10% discount by using coupon code allthingspaper at checkout.


Not only is Melissa Bilieu of Paper and Present an avid letterpress operator, but she also has mad gift wrapping skills. Her shop is stocked with everything you can think of to make your presents look extra special. Birds and Berries is just one of the shop's themes this season and is proving to be very popular.

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Enter code Paper25 at checkout to receive a 25% discount, and watch for additional special offers via Paper and Present on Facebook.


Sarah Yakawonis of Yakawonis Quilling highlights pop culture themes by combining graphic design with a love of paper quilling. This Fight Club poster is an homage to one of Sarah's favorite movies/books. She also makes unique tree ornaments and features her anatomical quilling as original framed art or in poster form.

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Linda Thalmann and the girls of PaperPhine stock a varied selection of hard-to-find paper twines and also use it to create stylish jewelry. I'm the proud owner of one of their new KNOT bracelets and find it an absolute joy to wear. What a versatile piece... you can see it as a necklace in my profile pic.
 
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Andy Voda's Optical Toys is a company devoted to pre- and proto-cinematic toys (such as thaumatropes, zoetropes and flipbooks) as well an array of unique paper toys, both antique reproductions and brand new creations.

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Whether that intro sounds like another language or music to your ears, take a moment to check out the fun website. With a background in animated filmmaking and cartooning, the business got its start when Andy began making the proverbial poor man's film - the flipbook. This led to a variety of optical toys, paper toys, and books that are great reminders of the days of hand-operated and non-electric toys.

 

4 comments:

Maureen said...

Some wonderful work here, Ann.

SUGANTHI said...

Sarah's work always amazes me. How very creative!!!

Mad for Paper said...

Wow, you have the coolest sponsors. I have crossed several names off my shopping list.
thanks
Ang

Ann Martin said...

I'm glad to hear that, Ang!

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