Weekend Reading: Paper Runway


I do apologize for the mass paper influx as of late, but every year at this time, such is the case with all the paper makers coming out from under their presses with goods too good to ignore. Don't worry, it will calm down though soon, but this week with the National Stationery Show taking place we've got just a few more posts we are looking forward to sharing. Michelle Carangi of Holley and Gill is in New York right now and will be covering the NSS for us this year! Can hardly wait to see what she'll find for us - stay tuned! In the meantime, what wouldn't be more fitting than a new online magazine all about paper? And it's a goody! Paper Runway launched this month, a quarterly online magazine offering up a mix of paper goodness, hot paper products, fabulous features, beautiful paper, party inspirations, features about the hottest paper sculptors, artists, illustrators, creators and quick DIY projects! Phew! Click here to read!



Jan Halvarson

6 comments:

sewa mobil said...

Very nice, thanks.

Anonymous said...

I love the crepe paper flowers. I learned to make these at the Children's Museum in D.C. when I was little. This is a grown up (but still charming) version for my adulthood. Thanks for the post. :)

fernandflora said...

Ooo. So glad to have found Paper Runway thanks to you. Just lovely!

leslie.conner said...

Thanks for introducing me to paper runway... i love it!

Karyna @ PaperSquid said...

Beautiful. I just looked through Paper Runway and love it... mucho. Thanks for the find. :)

Eva / Sycamore Street Press said...

Wow, so much has changed since last year's National Stationery Show! I'm a bit sad to be missing it this year, but also glad for the breather. And thanks for introducing me to this new online mag. I'd never heard of it. Sounds exciting!