Archive for the ‘origami’ Category

A Fold Above

Two months ago we asked internationally known origami artist Leonor Rosser to create Two Hands Paperie’s fall window display. Once she said yes, we became increaseingly excited. The results are stunning! Rosser crafted 11 hand-folded panels to hang in the windows. The panels were assembled from folded squares that came together like a paper quilt. For each square, […]

Spring Cherry Blossom Window

On Thursday, April 3rd staff, patrons, and friends of Two Hands Paperie gathered together to create a new spring display for the Pearl Street facing window. Participants folded and cut each and every flower. Then, flowers were dipped, dyed, or hand painted with several beautiful colors, all donated by Peerless Watercolors (which is one of […]

Spring schedule

Our spring class and event schedule are now online and available for registration! We’re bringing back some of your favorites, but have added a plethora of new classes as well! Call the shop or stop in to register, and look for a printed schedule to appear in Two Hands’ first edition of our Newpaperie, coming in […]

What happens with all this paper?

The question was posed. And you responded! Keep ’em coming! John Keller is a long-time Boulder resident and lover of paper. “It’s really hard to walk by Two Hands without wanting to stop in and buy more paper.” (I’m going to guess here that most of you can relate.) For the 2012 HERA Climb for […]

What Do You Do With All These Sheets of Paper?

At Two Hands Paperie we hear this question every day. When new customers discover our paper room we usually find them excited, and sometimes overwhelmed, as they look over our hundreds of sheets of decorative paper.That is when we usually hear the question: “What do people do with this paper?” For us, the answer can […]