Let's check in with All Things Paper's sponsors to see what's new this month.
(By the way, this is the last time I'll be doing a sponsor post... you'll notice a few changes on the blog come September.)
The Paper Mill Store is well worth a visit if you're in the market for paper or envelopes, personalized stationery, artist paper, die cuts, recycled paper, and/or custom cutting and scoring services.
Their papers can be used to create just about anything you can think of, including clever wedding invitations like this one that features interlocking wheels to symbolize wedding rings. It was designed by Michelle Rollins and is seen on the company blog, The Paper.
Perhaps you remember transluscent onion skin paper and if so, maybe you're holding onto your very last sheets of the special stuff and wonder if you'll ever find it again. The Paper Mill Store not only stocks onion skin, but they have it custom manufactured. In fact, onion skin is one of their most often reviewed products!
Each time I visit PaperPhine I come away thinking what an inspiring site it is. Linda and her creative team are always coming up with fresh examples of things to make with paper yarn.
Their DIY knitted basket kits are a great way to try your hand at working (make that playing!) with durable paper string.
Here's a neat little treasure box that contains a variety of paper twines in different weights and colors... enough of each to try knotting, knitting, or crocheting. Use paper twine when wrapping gifts or creating paper jewelry. Follow along with the PaperPhine blog to see what's new.
Melissa Kojima of The Artist in LA LA Land designs new cards and paper toys each month. In fact, creating whimsical custom party invitations is probably one of her most favorite things to do. If you'll be hosting a baby shower, bridal shower, anniversary party, birthday party, or any other special occasion, let Melissa create a completely unique invitation.
These printable flower head paper dolls in vintage swimsuits are the perfect quirky item to send to a girlfriend or anyone who needs cheering up. Just print them out, cut, and assemble with brads. Follow along with Melissa's blog to see all the latest.
Many thanks to my lovely sponsors who have been so loyal!
And now a couple of quick things to show you... I received an email from Mari Michaelis of Marigami Origami recently - look what she made!
If you make a project from the book, I would love to see it! Please send your pics to me at ann.b.martin at gmail.com