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Re: YOU Be the Client: An Open Call for Paper Projects

I'm sure the deadline has passed but I thought I'd add my bit. I was wondering about a paper dish for nuts or candies, a candle holder and a small vase for plastic flowers. Although one I could put water in would be neat (like using freezer paper layered with another paper or something) I could use this as a small table display and change the paper with the seasons or holidays.

Re: How to Make a Contemporary Creche

How fun! This is also good for the folks who move a lot; students, truckers, airline folk, people in small homes, or just because you want to give something special. I know it's best to cut inside the paper but for those of us who aren't there yet or for kids, could I cut in from the outside? And if so is there a good way to seal the cut?
Dot

Re: How to Make Paperless Origami

I can't believe it! I have that book! I bought it when I was a kid.( I've got 3 of my own now)I haven't used it in ages. It is a really neat book. I've just pulled it out (pg114), now to see what I have for interfacing.
Thank-you!
PS: I just found your site today via lazygirl
I look forward to checking out your other posts.

ISBN 0-87040-383-4
check bookfinder.com they have some good finds under $20 (I just googled around)