Paper Crafting Kits from Helen Hiebert - Giveaway

 Congratulations to the winners - Donna and Cathy!

Helen Hiebert, paper maker, artist, and author (Playing with Pop-Ups is her newest book) recently launched a line of high quality paper crafting kits and will be sending a kit of choice to two U.S. commenters. Each kit would be an ideal project to make prior to the holidays as the results are decor and gift-worthy, not to mention crafty family members and friends would enjoy receiving kits to make on their own during long winter evenings.

Window Star Paper Craft Kit - Helen Hiebert

The Window Star Kit comes with enough kite paper to make ten light-catching stars in assorted colors to brighten your windows. They require simple folds and a bit of glue. This project is for ages 8 and up.

Star Lantern Paper Craft Kit  - Helen Hiebert

There are three Shadow Lantern Kits to choose from and each is beautiful... Star Lantern, Celtic Knot, and Snowflake.

Celtic Knot Lantern Paper Craft Kit - Helen Hiebert

Use a craft knife to cut the design on card stock and back each piece with translucent paper. Balsa wood and paper hinges provide structure and a tea light placed inside casts a shadow. This project is for ages 15 and up.

Snowflake Lantern Paper Craft Kit - Helen Hiebert

The Shadow Ornament Kit was inspired by Japanese shoji screens that divide living spaces while adding to their ambiance. It features a pre-punched design. This project is for ages 10 and up.

Shadow Ornament Paper Craft Kit - Helen Hiebert

The Envelope Folding Screen Kit utilizes paper cutting and bamboo skewer/paper piano hinges that flex both ways. This makes it possible to not only use the screen as an eye-catching display object with a light source placed behind it, but also as a four-sided lantern.

Envelope Folding Screen Paper Craft Kit - Helen Hiebert

Decorative paper is slipped inside each envelope. This project is for ages 13 and up.

Unique supplies and text/diagram instructions are included... I love the convenience of kits!

Envelope Folding Screen Kit Supplies

The Interchangeable Ring Kit features a simple origami fold that results in a 3D vellum topper held in place by a slim magnet on a metal ring base. This project is for ages 10 and up.

Interchangeable Ring Paper Craft Kit - Helen Hiebert

You'll use collage paper, basket reed and wire to make this Party Light that can be hung or placed on a table. This project is for ages 10 and up.

 Party Lantern Paper Craft Kit - Helen Hiebert

Helen will be sending a kit of choice to two winners in the U.S. Just choose your favorite and name it in your comment as your entry through Sunday, November 16, 2014 (visit the kit page to learn more about each one). Be sure to include an email address within your comment so I can contact you, as Blogger does not allow me to see the top portion of the form.

Winners will be selected by a random number generator and announced on this post when both have been notified. Good luck!


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Comments

  1. Love the colors and design in the Envelope Folding Screen Kit!
    monicasharman (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  2. I would love to work on any of these kits I have to say the Shadow Lantern Kit with the Celtic Knot. These are all so beautiful, thank you.
    ruth(dot)griffeth@att(dot)com

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  3. I really like the Shadow Ornament Kit. Looks like fun. They are all nice so any one would be great.

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  4. I would choose the Shadow Ornament Kit.

    farmermomwife at gmail dot com

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  5. These are fun! I like the Window Star Kit.
    hiwendyhi at yahoo dot com

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  6. Like the window star kit.

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  7. The Envelope Folding Screen Kit
    Although they are all very wonderful looking kits. These would be fun for my grand-kids too.
    xo Nana
    sistika@gmail.com

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  8. Those are all beautiful, and look like a lot of fun! I especially like the Celtic Knot Shadow Lantern. :)

    janers41[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  9. I absolutely love the party light. Hard decision because all kits are absolutely gorgeous. Kghornsten@yahoo.com

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  10. The Envelope Folding Screen Kit is my number one. ksukeena at yahoo dot com

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  11. All look like fun as I love paper crafts. I would love the shadow ornament kit. Thanks! Cathy
    bellycat209 at gmail dot com

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  12. Lovely, lovely paper things! hrhdeanne at yahoo dot com. Thanks!

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  13. what great projects. would be great to win one. sltresso at hotmail dot com

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  14. I like the Snowflake Shadow Lantern Kit.
    kaysuet at hotmail dot com

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  15. Paper basket.....so beautiful
    bottoc@yahoo.com

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  16. The interchangeable ring kit is my favorite
    dez3b@yahoo.com

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  17. I love the envelope folding kit!! Aznslaya7@gmail.com

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  18. My favorite is the envelope folding screen...and the snowflake lantern. They are all lovely! Thanks for the chance to win one!
    Jan
    castle77 at comcast.net

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  19. I love the screen projects. I would like to make the snowflake one for a family celebrations. Thanks for your creations!
    Kelly
    khagenbuch1@sbcglobal.net

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  20. I love them all. But I'd choose the Paper Basket kit. Baskets can be used for so many things. They are all lovely projects. Thanks for the chance to enter.
    Gayle
    bemiown@yahoo.com

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  21. I like the Shadow Lantern Kits they all are amazing
    cooladam1 at live dot com

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  22. I love these! I think the ring is my favorite. What a cute idea.

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  23. The celtic knot shadow lantern kit is beautiful!
    kate43@sbcglobal.net

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  24. I like them all, but the one that stands out for me is the "window star". Imagine making this in white with pale blue or gold and silver accents. Pretty, pretty !!!

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  25. I love perusing your blog and look forward to the eye candy. I play with upcycling books so it is especially fun to see how you play with paper. These projects hark back to my childhood when we would spend hours making origami. The enveope folding screen is my favorite but I love them all! If I won I would be making awesome Christmas Gifts for my sisters. skyview at countrydotspeed

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  26. I love the Window Star Kit. I would try it out with my 4th grade class. ollieat@yahoo.com

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  27. The Window Star kit looks so colorful and cheerful. It would be my choice.
    alaub4@comcast.net

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  28. I love, love, love the Shadow Lantern Kit, and I have just started Quilling! This would definately be my next project! ginjor0831@yahoo.com

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  29. I love the Celtic Knot Shadow Lantern Kit.
    jlo7933@hotmail.com

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  30. Would love to try out the Window Star and the Celtic knot kits.
    Thank you for such a lovely giveaway.

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  31. I love it all!!! I especially love the ring!!! pixiedustcentral@gmail.com

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  32. They all look like fun but the Envelope Folding Screen Kit is the one I would choose. Thanks! kacutter(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  33. I love the Window Star Kit. They are all great..

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  34. ANY of these kits would be an honor to receive!!!! What great projects!

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  35. I would love the envelope folding screen. The hinge seems like I could figure it out, but it would be great to have the kit. Thanks for the offer.

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  36. Yes, I misspelled my email address. So, another post from the dithery old lady Kate: cloudykate at gmail.com. Sorry for the clutter.

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  37. I definitely love love the Shadow lantern kit!!! Darcang3l.t.n@gmail.com

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  38. I'd love to win the Shadow Lantern Kit
    xsheenax (at) gmail

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  39. I love lanterns and light. The shadow lanterns are beautiful. shobs82@softhome.net

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  40. I love all of these kits. If I had to choose. I think I would like the window star kit, but they are all beautiful. The celtic knot one is beautiful also.

    Thank You

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      krazyknitter63@gmail.com

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  41. I really like the shadow lantern kit. Thanks Beckt
    derry04@yahoo.com

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  42. I would love the Shadow Lantern Kit bbbneys31@gmail.com

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  43. A great proyect book for the season vacations!!! Live to have it! Noelanicolon@gmail.com

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  44. The party light kit is my favorite! Rustic and simple, but very elegant. From Donna at
    230amdesigns@gmail.com

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  45. My favorite is the snowflake lantern if Ireally have to choose as I enjoy them all.

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  46. Would love the hanging lantern !
    Maclellan sculpture @ yahoo dot com

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  47. Your lovely Celtic Knot shadow lantern kit is my favorite, but the window stars are a close second. shirleyj123@sbcglobal.net Thanks for the chance to win, for sharing your remarkable art and for The Sunday Paper that has introduced me to so many wonderful artists!

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  48. The window star kit looks like great fun to make ...your Sunday blog is so informative and a must read! emsiff@me.com

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  49. And I like the folding envelope screen with those piano hinges that fold either way and can connect to become a lantern. Plus the bucket party light that could be done in different sizes and with silhouettes pasted on randomly to make interesting patterns. For my deck on summer nights. Thanks, Helen!.

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  50. I love the folding envelope screen kit, it is interesting that it folds 2 ways. Lovely kits.
    gnni4@aol.com

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  51. I particularly like the Star Shadow Lantern Kit. emilystuff(at)gmail(dot)com

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  52. Love the Envelope Folding Screen Kit! I really like the idea that you can use items you have at home to make this screen and stick a non-flammable tea-light behind it and you are in the romance business! And if you make it into a lantern you could wire it up top to hang some place and at the bottom to support a tea-light. Talk about ambiance without burning down the house!!
    Regards - jsqcentral-helenhiebertstudio(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  53. The giveaway has ended. Thanks for your entries!

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