Posts Tagged ‘decorative sheet paper’

The Beauty of Lokta Paper

  From Thailand, to Italy, and back down to Mexico, the walls of Two Hands Paperie are lined with beautiful papers from across the globe. Many of these papers are as rich in history and cultural significance as they are in texture and color. Ask anyone working at our shop a paper question and you’ll […]

Visiting Artist: Charlie Reed

Coming up at Two Hands Paperie, our Visiting Arist Series continues with local artist Charlie Reed. When asked, “What do you do with all this paper?”. Charlie Reed gave us a wonderful response. He builds lamps (from scratch, mind you). But before Charlie comes and works this Friday, October 26th from 2:00-5:00 pm in our shop, […]

1000 Cranes Have Landed

1000 cranes proudly hang in the window at Two Hands Paperie. The lovely display was made by the shop’s intern, Sydney Adams. Sydney spent 66 hours folding recycled paper from unusable catalogues and damaged books. Why cranes? Why 1000? Japanese legend honors the crane for its health and longevity of life. Cranes are fabled to […]

Decoupage Watering Cans

In an earlier post I mentioned that one of our frequent customers uses his sheets of paper to cover watering cans.  Frank spends hours crafting unique designs.  And more than just creating something visually pleasing, his creations are still functional.  He coats the watering cans with a clear sealant that leaves them impervious to water. […]