Martha Stewart Paper Rose Craft

I never would’ve guessed that these beautiful paper roses are actually made of coffee filters. Cassie Chappell, the creator of these lovelies, demonstrated how to make the roses on the Martha Stewart show recently, and I was just fascinated by

Martha Stewart Wrapped Flower Projects

What goes better with paper than flowers? Featured above are images from an inspirational and informative flower wrapping tutorial at Each wrapping method is suited to the flower which is being wrapped. On the left, the perfect method for

Paper Wedding at the Paper Source

If you happen to be near the Boston, Bellevue (WA), Evanston (IL), Minneapolis, or Pasadena Paper Sources this weekend, you’ll want to check out their Paper Wedding 2007 workshops. It looks like they’ve got some pretty fantastic workshops going on

Will Gocco Be Saved?

As many of you know, the future of Gocco (the awesome Japanese screenprinting system) has been in doubt since 2005. However, I surfed onto the Save Gocco site the other day and saw a message from mid-January which stated that

Apple iPhone Paper Craft

If you’re impatiently awaiting the release of Apple’s new iPhone, then this is the perfect paper craft for you. Sure, it’s forever 9:41 in this iPhone’s world, but you’ll be able to get a feel for the highly anticipated gadget

Martha Stewart Halloween Paper Crafts

Martha Stewart is always one of my go-tos when I’m looking for fun crafting ideas. I love these paper silhouette craft projects — the hallway of bats is absolute fun, and the staircase silhouette is so creatively creepy. images from

Yamaha Motor’s Halloween Paper Crafts

Looking for a last minute Halloween craft project? Yamaha Motor in Japan has two cute 3-D Halloween paper crafts that you can download and make for yourself. I love the attention to detail — the jack-o-lantern even has a little

Impress Rubber Stamps’ Halloween Lantern Card

Impress always has the niftiest selection of rubber stamps. This rubber stamped Halloween lantern card paper craft project is so clever, using their wide lantern ($6.75 each), happy halloween ($5.75 each), and jack-o-lantern ($5.25 each) rubber stamps to create a