Posts Tagged ‘Paper’
Friends of mine got married and I wanted to give them a unique wedding present. In Adobe Illustrator I created an image of the two of them from a photograph taken on their special day. Kozuke comes in both a white and ivory tone and when printed on an ink jet printer it offers subtle shades of colour. I love the” cloudiness” of the paper and the final result. They did too!
Here’s a really fun paper craft you can try out – besides being mesmerizing by itself, it makes a great alternative to a card! Try it out as a belated Halloween card, a birthday card, a holiday card!
Here’s a short animation to demonstrate it’s capabilities in action! (you may have to click the image)
Here are two templates for the Paper Kaleidescope – just save and print!
The Paper Place
If you’re passionate about paper and would like the opportunity to join our small family, we would love to hear from you!
We are looking for an enthusiastic and outgoing part time sales person who is able to learn quickly and adapt to a rapidly changing retail environment.
Requirements include sales experience in a retail setting, a background in the material arts and availability that includes weekends (Saturdays are a must!) and some evenings.
Please include your resume and a cover letter highlighting your relevant job history and any experience you have in the paper arts. Both a cover letter and resume must be submitted to be considered – thanks! We are currently looking for someone 2-3 shifts per week on average, an ability to be flexible when more shifts are available (staff vacations, around the holidays, etc….) is an asset!
Please submit your application to hiring(at)thepaperplace.ca
We wanted to do something really simple but with lots of impact for the latest window display so we decided on paper chains but with a twist! After a bit of math and colour selection we went to work on the massive amount of chains that would be needed.
After completing the section for the first window we hung it up in the office to see if our math was working. Looking good so far!
And the finished product!! What a great idea for a wedding backdrop, party decor or a kids room!