Category Archives: Paper

Edible Blooms

By Webmaster: Three of my favourite things; anything to do with paper (making, colouring, folding, printing, etc.), chocolate and champagne.  So imagine my delight when I received a surprise present containing all three yesterday. The company responsible for making these … Continue reading

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Sue Bradshaw: Recent work

The Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability (the Coal Loader) is the face of sustainability at North Sydney Council.  Located on the Waverton waterfront, the Coal Loader is a place to relax, be inspired, grab a coffee or lunch, and learn.  … Continue reading

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Making the Bird of Paradise Collage

By PPA member Sue Bradshaw Diary Notes – 08:30 am I cut enough leaves from the super-mature plant in my front garden to fill the metal cooking pot (about $12 from Target).  It can’t be aluminium because you’re using caustic … Continue reading

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Calvin Nicholls: Paper Sculptor

By webmaster I simply couldn’t go past this website without sharing it with you. The above is a screen snip of the front page of Calvin’s website.  Click on the image to visit his site and view his extraordinary work. … Continue reading

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With only an A4 sheet of paper ……

We had an excellent turn out for our Tips & Tricks day on Thursday, where the aim was to explore what creations people could come up with using just simple A4 paper. Janet had some seriously lairy paper (British dictionary … Continue reading

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Newcastle Stitches & Craft Show

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Three-dimensional paper doodling

Danish artist HuskMitNavn is a painter, muralist, and compulsive doodler who creates clever three-dimensional drawings. The simple constructions are made from paper and pen, and depict cartoon characters in humorous situations. HuskMitNavn says “The idea is to make it very simple … Continue reading

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