Monday, April 10, 2017

Cut and Fold Paper Textures: Techniques for Surface Design by Paul Jackson - Book Giveaway

Congratulations to Anna Harris, @brandideziel and @lisajaystudio, winners of the giveaway!

Paul Jackson is a paper artist, teacher of university-level design courses, and the author of more than thirty popular paper art and craft books. His newest title, Cut and Fold Paper Textures: Techniques for Surface Design, features a dozen techniques that are quite easy to master - no origami or paper engineering skills are required.

Cut and Fold Paper Textures by Paul Jackson - All Things Paper Giveaway through April 15, 2017

This paperback book contains 128 pages, 254 illustrations, and is a pleasure to thumb through... there are many inspiring examples of each technique.

Cut and Fold Paper Textures - Introduction Pages

You'll learn about twisted paper string, weaving, layering, coiling, tearing, bending, incising and lifting, crumpling, pleating, cutting pleats, stippling, and translucent surfaces.

Cut and Fold Paper Textures - Sample Pages

Samples of each topic are provided in white paper, as well as papers of different colors, weights, and textures. You are shown examples by art students and professional designers who use the techniques to make clothing, furniture, jewelry, artwork and homewares.

Cut and Fold Paper Textures - Twisted Paper Jewelry by Dana Bloom
Twisted Paper Jewelry - Dana Bloom (Israel)
Photo: Leonid Padrul, Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv

I enjoyed this recent interview with the author on the Papercrafter Magazine blog: Paper Talk with Paul Jackson.

Cut and Fold Paper Textures - Altered Shoes by Ida Rak
Altered Shoes - Ida Rak (Israel)
Photo: Leonid Padrul, Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv

And now the worldwide giveaway! Three winners will receive a copy of Cut and Fold Paper Textures from Laurence King Publishing.

Cut and Fold Paper Textures - Geoff Nees
Incised Mandala - Geoff Nees (Australia)

To enter on this blog post, simply leave a comment. Note that Blogger does not allow me to see the email address you type into the form with your name, so you must include an email address within your comment in order to be contacted if you win. If spam is a concern, type it this way: janedoe at gmail dot com

Cut and Fold Paper Textures - Ceiling Lamp - acrylic and paper - John Lewis Partnership
Acrylic and Paper Lampshade - John Lewis Partnership (UK)

You may also enter on Instagram if you have a public account. Enter at one or both places by the end of Saturday, April 15, 2017. Three winners will be chosen at random and announced at the top of this post and on the Instagram giveaway photo as soon as they have been notified. Good luck!


47 comments:

soursugar said...

Oh my look at that butterfly lamp... this book looks fantastic! I would love a copy! [brandideziel at gmail dot com]

M. B. Karger said...

Whoa! Super cool! I'd love to win a copy of this book. Does it come with a few hours of free crafting time, too? ;)

Brenda Shreves said...

I would LOVE to win this book. I have been trying to do quilling and always wonder how else I can use wonderful, beautiful papers. Thank you for the giveaway. rocknutzaz at yahoo dot com

Cosmo DK said...

Heavens - does Paul Jackson have enough time to make another wonderful book? yes, I would love to be the winner. dianekaygelder at gmail dot com

The Queen of Fifty Cents said...

I've been admiring Paul Jackson for years. This new book looks delicious!
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AppleSeedPaperCuts said...

Oh my! This looks indispensable to paper crafters! I am sarahking11 at yahoo dot co dot uk

Kaja Tomalik said...

I like Paul Jackson books and I like paper projects :) kajatomalik at gmail dot com

Ingrid Karlsson said...

I've love to give one of those lamps a try! ingrid dot ink dot karlsson at gmail dot com

Jess Burns said...

The mandala looks a little like a rose window; reminds me of some paper craft "stained glass" kit I had has a kid.

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Nanc Pfruender said...

Awesome!
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LucyDorothy said...

His other books are fabulous, so I'm really interested to have a look at this one too!
lucy at lucydorothy dot com

Anna Harris said...

Looks amazing. I would love a copy. annaharris888 at Gmail dot com

Ekaterina said...

I'd like a copy too ;)
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Bronwyn said...

I never ceased to be amazed by paper artists.
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Anonymous said...

I love Paul Jackson's work. I am happy he has published so many recently. Would love to get this one!
Leslie

Leslie said...

What an inspiration! cervidae at hotmail dot com

Sherry Gerstein said...

I love Paul Jackson's work! Hope I get the chance at this book! papergirlnct at gmail dot com

Diane said...

so many papers and new ideas ... so little time. Would love to see this book!
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Rin said...

I love his books! I would love a copy of this. andalineguan at gmail dot com

lulu_ma said...

Finally, a worldwide giveaway! Hoping that I'm lucky enough to receive one!
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Anonymous said...

Beautiful design work—so clever.
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Ringmaster said...

Thank you Ann, for sharing information about the new Paul Jackson book. I love his work and I know that it will inspire new ways to create in paper. karen@karenbrooksartwork.com

HalfWhit said...

Pick me! Pick me! Would love to try my hand and exercise my patience with the beautiful creations!

HalfWhit said...

Oops! for got email hafwhit@gmail.com

Vanessa Yusuf said...

Wow Paul Jackson is one of my favourite paper engineer! Thanks for sharing this. Would love to have one :)
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zira said...

I would love to have this book. zira.felicitari @ yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

What a fabulous compilation of ideas and photos! I'd be thrilled to win this book.

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Not Just Hungry (T) said...

I had recently tried a cut and fold technique for making a pinwheel motif on a greeting card. This book however seems to cover topics more than just cut and fold. I would like to read its various topics in more details and would really value the giveaway. pvandanaraox at yahoo dot com

ladykimlopez said...

I am brand new to crafting with paper and i think this book would just open up so many ideas for me!!!! klopez at gracelandcemeteryinc.com

Alicia said...

I think everyone is in love with that butterfly lamp...including me!! Love your blog, please enter me. Alicia @ calangel58@yahoo.com

Zahra said...

I am into this! Would love to explore and learn!
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Wendy said...

What a gorgeous book. Thanks for the chance to win it! 🍃❤️📚🌿 wendyunderscoreearthboundathotmaildotcom

dragonswing said...

It never ceases to amaze me what creations can be made from paper.I would love to win this book.
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Anonymous said...

Does he cover joomchi? Does he cover paper spinning ? I can't wait to see! zia at whidbeynet

Cathy said...

It would be great to win this book!

Cathy
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jc said...

Great giveaway, thank you.

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jusaweecatnap said...

Fascinating work, very varied. Looks like a wonderful book.
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Anuja said...

What a lovely book to have!
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Anonymous said...

Nice. Love the book.
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Sushma P said...

I used to refer Paul Jackson books for some of my academic projects, his books are great source of inspiration.
sushart4 at gmail dot com

Megan said...

Interesting book, would love to flip through for ideas.

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Heather Alexander said...

heather_alexander17 at yahoo dot co dot uk

looks beautiful! Love incorporating paper engineering into EVERYTHING

Anonymous said...

Looks amazing! Charlielbest at gmail dot com

cheesy said...

This book is gorgeous. I would love to get a copy that I can share with a friend who shares my interest in all things to do with paper craft. My email address is Jheenie at gmail dot com
Thank you for this giveaway

Linda said...

What a beautiful book, full of wonderful ideas. I would love a copy (maisiemma@gmail.com.

Gill said...

this looks such a great book!
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Ann Martin said...

The giveaway has ended. Thanks to all who entered!

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