THREE copies of PAPERCRAFT by Gestalten to be won!

published in: Books By Marcia Argyriades, 28 September 2009

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Papercraft by Gestalten
Design and Art with Paper
Editors: R. Klanten, S. Ehmann, B. Meyer
Language: English
Price: € 44,00 / $ 65,00 / £ 40,00
Format: 24 x 30 cm
Features: 256 pages, full colour, hardcover, incl. DVD
ISBN: 978-3-89955-251-5
EU Release: September 2009
North American Release: October 2009

Skimming through the book and I caught myself wandering into the recycling bin and collecting papers which could be reused to create my own fancy paper craft!  Just a glance into PAPERCRAFT:  Design and Art with Paper by Gestalten, and you’ll end up being as manic as I was before I started writing this article.  It wasn’t more than a skim which led to these results!
Once I carefully reviewed the book I realized that one material which is found abundantly almost everywhere around us and that is no other than paper was transformed and used creatively to generate endless art and craft design possibilities.

Peter Callesen
left: Human Ruin
right: Tall Tower of Babel & Big Paper Castle
Cut and folded from one piece of paper.

This Is Where We Live
Animated short by Apt in collaboration with Asylum films.

Paper craft applications from kindergarten crafts to sculptures and advertisement campaigns among others are all within this book!  PAPERCRAFT:  Design and Art with Paper has it all!  An extensive review of the finest paper crafts has been selected to present innovative art and design work.  The book explores the numerous and amazing possibilities in which paper can be crafted and transformed into.

Small objects, figures, large-scale art installations, urban interventions, collages, three dimensional sculptures as well as other paper craft ideas from a vast spectrum of artistic disciplines.  Applications of the above are seen in everyday life ranging from fine arts, urban art, graphic design, illustration, character design, fashion, animation and film and are all found within this book.  Artists who utilize techniques such as cutting and folding to cutting-edge like embossing and laser cutting showcase their often bright, punchy and pop-culture work.
A best-of collection of paper crafts are assembled within this book in an unexpected and surprising creation of independent projects while it displays new approaches to artistic vision and inventiveness.  The book also includes a DVD with enjoyable DIY projects where you will find printable templates for creating your own paper characters and toys as a curated selection of stop-motion animations.

Papercraft Teaser (

Mains d’OEuvres
Visuals for music concerts and bi-monthly programme posters.
Yatzer // 25 JUNE 2009: The graphic design world of Akatre Atelier

left: swoon
01 Portrait of Silvia Elena
02 Lacemaker

right: At sushi Fukunaga
I came to Copenhagen the third times by Scandlines

Forest of heart by Hina Aoyama, Scissor-cut paper.

Scissor-cut papers by Hina Aoyama
01 Héron and Camellia
02 Lettre de Voltaire
03 ‘Les Phares’ in Baudelaire’s ‘Fleurs du mal’

THREE copies of PAPERCRAFT by Gestalten to be won!
Yatzer teamed up with Gestalten and THREE lucky readers are going to win the "PAPERCRAFT:  Design and Art with Paper," by R. Klanten, S. Ehmann, and B. Meyer.

To enter to win the PAPERCRAFT book add a comment at the bottom of this page with your NAME, your COUNTRY and an answer to the following question:

''When you were young
which was your favorite paper craft project
and how did you create it?''

The winners will be randomly picked and will be announced in Yatzer’s TWITTER account on 15 October 2009  .  For this reason, all the candidates have to fill out the comments form by answering our question and then just simply follow us on TWITTER :

The deadline for your submissions is 14 October 2009.

The lucky winners of PAPERCRAFT by Gestalten are
Smriti Chanchani // 12 October 09:31:00
Eug // 7 October 23:30:26
Helene // 30 September 00:14:37

more competitions are coming soon so stay tuned!




  • friend
    Kate Sokol | 2009-09-28 18:50:33

    paper chains. colored construction paper, fun scissor patterns, scotch tape. on and on.

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    Konstantinos Flamiatos | 2009-09-28 19:21:09

    The classic "greek" little paper boat. :) Made with white paper without glue and scissors. Just folding the paper to create it. Made by paper but always water proof.

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    Lise from France | 2009-09-28 19:30:48

    I remember making a rainbow-colored paper sailboat. The wing was colored with markers, and I had made the shell 3-dimensional by stapling a double layer and stuffing the whole thing with cotton wool. I was about 5 years old, and it hung proudly for a few months above the kitchen table.

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    Philip Kennedy | 2009-09-28 19:37:54

    Paper Snappers were always a favourite of mine. All you needed was a large piece of strong rectangular paper to fold and in seconds you had the perfect tool for for annoying sisters or adults. I made one recently and was shocked to hear how loud one piece of paper can be. There's a handy tutorial online here: Well worth learning to teach to small children, as they're simple and fun to make and can really annoy parents!

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    Samah from Saudi Arabia | 2009-09-28 19:49:00

    Paper plains of course :D I have two methods of creating them, one of the plains fly straight, and the other spins around unpredictably. They're fun!

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    Vasilis Galanakos | 2009-09-28 20:37:17

    My favorite papercraft used to be boats. A usual custom game for every little kid in Greece. Plain paper folded without glue, usually white, sometimes coloured. From large or small pieces of paper. Sometimes even with drawings on them. And then putting them in use, floating on water........

  • friend
    Vasileios Toutziaris | 2009-09-28 20:55:16

    Stars and trees we did at Christmas at school :)

  • friend
    edgar | 2009-09-28 21:13:20

    my favorite was making paper airplanes. the good old fold paper in half then wings is a classic, but i liked making the floating airplane, with a wider wingspan and an origami square fold at the front.

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    Henrik | 2009-09-28 22:11:15

    I used to do the one where you fold a piece of paper several times and then you cut out random shapes (the smaller the better) with scissors before you unfold and then you find a symmetrical cut out pattern.

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    erika | 2009-09-28 22:35:32

    Pick a number. 5! 1-2-3-4-5 Pick a color. Red! R-E-D Pick another color. Yellow! I can΄t exactly say how I was making it. It was true excitement to open the flip and read...

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    Lydia Corfield | 2009-09-28 23:31:22

    Paper chain people...well men, don't think i had the sense to broaden my horizons beyond the stick man. Numerous pieces of sugar paper later, i could put my safety scissors down. Among 10's of individual paper men was a triumphant strand of people holding time for the crayons. Primary school afternoons were the greatest. From: UK

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    Joi Escobar, USA | 2009-09-29 00:41:55

    I loved those origami fortune tellers where you mark colors and numbers and then write the fortune under the tabs. Hours of fun. Even guys played. Cheap and easy too. Fancy was construction paper, "traditional" was lined notebook paper, scissors, markers (crayons weren't cool), and a good eye for folding correctly. Classic! Joi, USA

  • friend
    zsofia | 2009-09-29 00:42:19

    i made paper dolls with removable paper dresses in different styles. my favourites were the high heel shoes. i drew the dresses with markers, and then cut them out and attached to the doll by folding the edges. this way my doll could have as many dresses as i wanted.

  • friend
    SEB | 2009-09-29 01:30:34

    I remember doing a brand new magazine per day since I was 10 yo. I simply needed: my fathers old issues of GQ & Playboy and my grandma scissors. How simple was that!

  • friend
    Samuele From Italy | 2009-09-29 01:33:27

    paper planes. lotus origami (sometimes with paper napkins for my birthday parties). and a lot of fantastic underwater worlds inside the shoe boxes.

  • friend
    Elliott Webb from Australia | 2009-09-29 08:36:50

    Favourite paper crafts as a kid would have to be pirate hats and snowflake decorations.

  • friend
    Amie Norman | 2009-09-29 09:56:20

    The Netrherlands (originally from Ireland) I converted my bed into a four poster bed with lots of tightly rolled up newspapers to create the frame.

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    Nadine Claudius | 2009-09-29 10:32:28

    .......when I was about eight years old I used to build boats made of paper because me and my parents used to live close to the sea..... I gave those ships funny names and wrote little messages on them always hoping that someone would find them and reply to me......actually it never happened ;-)

  • friend
    uji | 2009-09-29 10:35:16

    I was a kid favorite to play corrugated boxes, because my father in a paper factory at work, so there had been a lot of corrugated cardboard boxes at home. And then we l made it a child together or stacked together. Such as castles, When we was playing hide and seek, we were hiding inside.

  • friend
    nadia | 2009-09-29 14:22:06

    Paper sailing boats and desperate trying to make them float in street puddles only to watch them sink in less than a minute again and again. Of course with my name written on the side. And all sort of available extravaganza - tiny wood sticks, ants to act as sailors, even κομφετί sprinkled all over to sort of mimic some kind of magical seascape. And yes, I did try blowing just in case the main sail catches my wind and stays afloat two more secs. I did discover paper planes shortly after. And dropped out when my mom showed me she could do a perfect, beautiful rose only by folding paper.

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    sutor | 2009-09-29 14:39:43

    hmmm,I used to make many things like envelops(using glue or tape),aeroplains(unfortunately I never learned how to make boats),also we used to play a game that we had to cut the paper so it was shaped in a weird way and we wrote on the one side numbers and on the others stuff like "he/she lones you" "yes" "no way"...

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    Maysoun in UAE | 2009-09-29 15:38:06

    I remember me and my twin sister when we were young (at of 8), we had a science project to draw the rainbow colors in a circle made out of paper, and then attach it to the middle part of the fan. We would turn on the fan on the highest speed so we can see the colors turn to white (they mix with speed of turning), we even would compete which one's attempt is more successful. It was a magical experience especially to witness something like this in such a young age.

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    Andreas Achilleos, Cyprus | 2009-09-29 16:41:56

    Well, when i was younger my favorite paper craft project was doing patterns on a piece of paper by folding it as many times as you want and then cut some shapes, when you unfold the paper the pattern is ready!

  • friend
    Alan Russell | 2009-09-29 17:42:56

    I spent hours making origami animals out of simple squares of paper. Little did I know that a boyhood hobby would form the seed of a college course I teach.

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    Lacey Wheatley | 2009-09-29 18:27:05

    When I was a kid my bestfriend lived next door but our parents had rules: "No playing outside of your respective yards until noon." I don't blame them but it required getting creative. So up the giant tree next to the fence I went... with markers, scissors, paper and crafty supplies. This tree was plenty tall and it let me sit across from my bestfriend's second story house window. She would temporarily tie yarn or string to something in her room and then throw the ball to me. Then we would raise and lower our ends in order to send the hanger with ziplock bags attached back and forth. Sometimes it was snacks, sometimes it was drawing paper, craft supplies, etc. I wish I could remember all the paper crafts we made, many happened I'm sure, but it's the sitting in the tree and morning sunshine, hanging out with my bestfriend and being creative that I'll never forget. That and counting down the minutes till noon.

  • friend
    Aaron Bell | 2009-09-29 19:35:19

    I remember when I was a kid before every bath time me and the mother would make a little paper boat and I would see how long it would stay afloat before going all mushy and sink. Best baths ever! Aaron, from England.

  • friend
    BenP - Canada | 2009-09-29 20:07:07

    I used to make all sorts of paper puppets (that unfortunately were too fragile to really play with), based on this guy's puppets (he had a TV show in the 70s). I remember also making some spying devices with toilet paper rolls :)

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    helene | 2009-09-30 00:14:37

    I'm 36 old, not so young, anyway, paper is always my favorite material and make mobile with origami is my favorite activity. Folding paper and find the one balanced is like yoga. So good for all life !

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    Carrie Larsen | 2009-09-30 01:10:22

    snowflakes. used to make them during class... all day long... the cheap white blank writing tablet paper was the best - folded really tight. just paper and scissors. free cutting - no marks. made enough to cover my 8th grade classroom ceiling with them one christmas.

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    Tilda B. Hervι | 2009-09-30 11:20:01

    In Switzerland we say them 'Scherenschnitt', I don't know if paper cut with scissors is the correct translation. I made garlands, little fairy tails and a lot of animal cuts. Love this book!

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    Jasmin | 2009-09-30 13:12:01

    My favourite one was to turn the cardboard rolls of toilet paper into little animals. I glued faces, ears, hair, legs, tails etc made out of colored paper to them. In the end, I had a little zoo in my room

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    Michelleli | 2009-09-30 17:02:01

    As a child I would construct paper models of the settings from books that I read because I didn't the stories to end. I remember drawing details from an oven to an oxen and of course all the characters too! I would play with these for hours, expounding on the books that I still love. U.S. -michelleli

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    stephanie | 2009-10-01 02:39:24

    my fav project when i was around six years of age was to pretend that i owned a store and made shelves and shelves of things to sell in my store out of paper. each day i played in this scenario i would create new products and expand my inventory.

  • friend
    eve tedja | 2009-10-01 10:34:21

    paper chain. origami. paper hats and boats. christmas tree decoration.

  • friend
    Ruifang Meng | 2009-10-01 14:24:37

    "Flowers of windows",in China,every New Year, whom we always stick on the windows to resist ghosts. "Flowers of windows" is other named PAPER-CUT by Cultural person

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    maria k williams | 2009-10-01 17:05:36

    when i was a little girl i used to cut out paper dolls silhouettes and draw all their outfits and place on top - i was destined to dress things now i am a stylist and i take photos of my clients and clothes and montage styles on top for clients with cutouts its kind of my quirky trademark - daggy but i love it! :)

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    Athina Simeonidou | 2009-10-01 17:47:08

    Athina Simeonidou, Athens, Greece My best paper craft when i was young was a picture frame. cut a square piece of paper, put all the utmost in the centre, then this utmost fold it on the back side leaving a border about 2 cm. And the frame is ready to give it as a present to family.

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    Suelynn | 2009-10-01 18:06:41

    When I was young, my favourite paper projects are to create my own paperdolls, creating the character girls and then the dresses to fit on them. :) I used harder cardboard to make the characters, and then thinner paper for the clothes. - Suelynn from SINGAPORE!

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    Maria Helena | 2009-10-01 18:52:47

    Maria Helena, Portugal. when i was 6 i subscribed to a kid's magazine called ' my little friends' and each month there was something new to build, a house, a car, a farm...i cuted and glued everything, make my own paper cuttings ( people...trees) and played eith it till next month.

  • friend
    Francesca | 2009-10-01 19:25:18

    HI! I'm Francesca from Milano, Italy. My favourite paper craft were origami animals that could move!like jumping frogs and little donkeys. But my masterpiece is the boat, once I learned how to do it I couldn't stop until now!I can make it out of everything!

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    catherine from australia | 2009-10-01 20:40:14

    the most simple medium for imagination ... cutting, pasting, folding, tearing, paper mache, painting on it, drawing on it ... I loved anything to do with paper as a child - and still do nearly 50 years later!

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    Thalia Geladaki from Greece | 2009-10-02 09:43:37

    My favorite papercraft project was and still is origami birds and paper necklaces. I love origami birds cause i think they can be really versatile and make different things out of them. My latest creation was an origami light! I also make paper necklaces that do not last long cause of the nature of the material but still like them!

  • friend
    Anastasia Gerali | 2009-10-02 10:02:34

    As the only daughter of 4 children, Christmas decorations was my forte. I would use old wrapping paper (we always saved these from previous years) to make paper chains, angels and tree decorations of multi-coloured paper.

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    Kate, Australia | 2009-10-02 15:05:33

    I remember being absolutely obsessed with creating paper fringes, especially out of tissue paper. The wonderful feeling of it beneath the fingertips was well worth the concentration required so as not to accidently cut off a little strip and blemish the overall effect. It is great reading about everyone else's reverence for paper too!

  • friend
    Kayla Chapman | 2009-10-02 22:57:10

    i loved creating collages using tissue paper when i was younger. just crinkle up the tissue paper into small balls and glue them on a poster to start creating. i love the texture of those collages.

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    Gloria from Spain | 2009-10-03 10:00:40

    When I was young my favourite craft poject with paper was during the summer hollidays in the beach club locker room. The project was with my friends and consisted to throw wet toilet paper to the ceiling fixing and creating forms and drawings. Sometimes the toilet paper was wrapped with carrot cream of my grandmother and the drawing had 2 colors. It was a really funny project, full of adrenaline and a bit yob

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    Carly - the Netherlands | 2009-10-03 13:58:06

    When I was 10, my school teacher read us the story of 'Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes' at the beginning of the school year. Sadako developed leukemia from exposure to radiation when she was young. She lived in Hiroshima in World War II. She hoped to fold 1000 paper cranes, which she believed would allow her to have one wish come true. However, she did not live long enough to realize her goal. My teacher then taught us hold to create an origami crane and our class made a goal to fold 1000 cranes over the course of the school year, in memory of Sadako. We hung them across the room over the desks, folding cranes in our free moments. Over time, the room filled with the color of the paper cranes. We met our goal sometime in April. I can't remember how we celebrated, but I remember the cranes.

  • friend
    erube | 2009-10-03 19:25:24

    I made a cake replica out of paper, and then other cakes, ιclairs, religieuses, baba au rhum and macarons that I had to build a display furniture out of paperboard to expose them and after a few weeks my bedroom was an antique patisserie! I was 12 or 13

  • friend
    Haris A. | 2009-10-03 21:43:01

    little white angels all over my room, all over my dreams, all over my life :-)

  • friend
    Enrico | 2009-10-04 11:31:27

    I don't know why....probably it's an italian praxis or probably it's all over the world like that...but before......all the builder at work use this kind of paper-boat made with a newspaper, like a hat. (do you know what i mean?) My grandfather was a builder too and i remember i liked so much when he teached me how to do that !! I think, I have done like thousands an thousand of this boat and after a while i started to coulored with markers and pencils. Probably now you can find something like that also at the Paris week......but not for builders but for 30000 $..... Ciao !!

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    Eulanca from CA | 2009-10-05 08:43:44

    1) Origami "lucky stars" from those colorful and wonderfully scented strips of paper, but my grubby little hands always managed to mess them up. I would (attempt to) make them by folding the strips of paper up into tiny triangles, which would then be pinched together to form a small puffy star. 2) Origami cameras with pre-drawn "photos" stashed inside so I could show the victim my hand-drawn version of them, always with giant shoulders and no feet. And the ULTIMATE paper craft, 3) PAPER MAKING! Complete with screens, a rainbow of molting scraps, and the ultimate blender.

  • friend
    Sanu | 2009-10-05 12:37:32

    I did a lot of paper craft back then.. but my fave is paper plane, I got this 3 volume paper plane books, full of all kinds of paper airplane i couldn't imagine before, including a hangar and classic WW I shaped plane.. and the best thing is they all flew, although not all flew gracefully... :P I like to mess around with colors paper too, making picture using color paper mix it with crayons, paint and whatnot... cheers! thanks..

  • friend
    Jina Gelder | 2009-10-05 15:13:42

    When I was about 9 in Primary school I made a 3D baby out of various 3D foam wallpapers. I still remember it to this day and its probably better in my imagination than it was in real life.

  • friend
    cassourel | 2009-10-05 15:34:38

    I adored making little cuts with a pair of scissors on 4ply paper napkins. Then I opened them up and I had a great artwork in front of my astonished eyes.

  • friend
    marion (france) | 2009-10-06 01:51:17

    I remember that I had drawn and cut all the characters of Peter Pan because I was a fan, and I played with, as we play with toys, it was great! I wanted to be a illustrator, and my dream became reality, thank you the tinkerbell!

  • friend
    MaryCarol Durr | 2009-10-06 07:41:49

    In addition to the usual glueing strips of paper together to make paper chains and folding paper circles & cutting to make snow flakes, my most favorite paper craft was creating huge bedroom wall collages with the magazines I bought with babysitting money. When I was a teenager, I'd cut & cut for hours on end then carefully tape up images to fully cover a huge bedroom wall, floor to ceiling. My sisters & parents would always come to see what my wall looked like. I'd love to go back to those days where I took hours on end to create my walls of wonder.

  • friend
    sarahelizabeth | 2009-10-07 03:39:12

    My favorite paper craft to make when I was a kid was paper dolls. My sister and I would make the girls out of paper and then all kinds of different clothes with the little tabs to put them on the dolls. We made such a mess and it was glorious--glitter, ribbon, and everything else. Then we would put on scripted puppet shows for my parents and grandparents after dinner or on weekends, and if one of them talked during the performance I would get mad and insist on starting the play over :)

  • friend
    Johanna Andersson | 2009-10-07 11:20:21

    I used to make birds, all in different colors and hang them in the window. Off course I had birds outside my window, but not that colorful that I wanted.

  • friend
    Tolis Apostolidis | 2009-10-07 13:32:58

    paper planes

  • friend
    eug | 2009-10-07 23:30:26

    my favorite was dioramas for school reports. Made with shoe box, construction paper, markers, glue, tape, whatever small animal toys, trees, soldiers I could find.

  • friend
    Charlie Garner | 2009-10-08 23:30:09

    As a child, I became obsessed with making paper cranes. I would make them in all sizes, from any type of paper I could get my hands on. In about 5th grade, I made 2 from a shiny green paper, each about 1 inch length, as earrings for my mother.

  • friend
    Steph Walker | 2009-10-09 04:50:14

    My favorite paper craft was making paper snowflakes at Christmas, by folding the paper in on itself a bunch of times and cutting strange patterns out of it. It was a surprise to see what shapes the snowflakes took.

  • friend
    DS | 2009-10-09 21:01:37

    It all started when I was seven when my sis kindly shares with me a packet of colored papers, we have had a good time folding them up, corner to corner, one fold after another. We would cut them up to form linking flowers, trees, faces, etc... We would do it until all the colored papers has been used up. Now, I grown up to be a graphic designer incorporating paper crafts into my design artworks... adding another interesting dimension to the just 2D prints... I love my job. Thanxs to my sister for "switching on" my creative mind. :-)

  • friend
    Jillian | 2009-10-10 00:48:22

    As a kid paper was my favorite, from making my own little pop-up cards and mini-books to paper cranes and planes. Paper airplanes were cool because the ones I made actually flew, I would experiment with all the different types of paper and paper clips for weights. There's this EAA museum I would visit at least every summer for inspiration. Then, paper planes led to start designing my own kites. I got this really cool vintage paper craft book from my Grandma, with some neat patterns for kites in it... oh the nostalgia.

  • friend
    ecem ars. | 2009-10-10 18:18:43

    having a little clumsy hand, i just wrinkled paper. it was just magic how spontaneous wrinkles turned out to be meaningful shapes. they mostly seemed like faces to me.

  • friend
    Taylor Edwards | 2009-10-11 08:42:01

    I loved to make handmade stationary for people. I also liked to make paper dolls and clothes. I love creating text from traced typography--I'm always make signs, labels, placards, and shirts from cut out letters. Paper is beautiful :).

  • friend
    Taylor from the US | 2009-10-11 08:43:41

    I loved making handmade stationary when I was a child. In high school, I got into making signs, labels, cards, banners--anything with paper and words, I loved. I love paper, and I love typography, so the two combined are my playground :).

  • friend
    MACARENA from Argentina | 2009-10-11 23:47:15

    I use to do a mixture between lots of hand broken paper (from my dad΄s newspapers) and white glue. it created a mass that after a few minutes dries up and it becames solid. I use to do little men, flowers, tons of volumetric things!

  • friend
    bugs | 2009-10-12 01:18:04

    when i was 7-9 i think my favorite passion was bulletin. it was those kind of lottery tickets you need to tear off 5 stripes to know you win or not. So if you fold up in right way it became a figure of the man. I had a big army with different types of warriors with vehicles and planes. I could play all day long with my neighbour - it was really exiting. I also like origami a lot and glue military models based on blue print, but those lottery army was my favourite one! Antony, Russia.

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    smriti chanchani | 2009-10-12 09:31:00

    When I was young my favorite paper craft project was to fold paper and make cut outs. I would then open them up and string them across my room, stick them from end to end on either side of my notebook pages so that they would unfurl as a string when i opened the book.

  • friend
    Natasha Sutila | 2009-10-12 10:39:15

    As a child I always made paper jewellery. Colourful paper chains adorning my neck and wrists. Drawn on diamonds and rubies stuck with stickytape to my fingers and ears. I felt like a queen!

  • friend
    Meagan Crable | 2009-10-14 19:22:39

    Seriously, my favorite art project as a kid was found in my kindergarten art class. We would be given a bunch of colorful construction paper and magazines and told to create a 3D play-land. I would build building, slides, tunnels, strange plant type "living" flowers... to add to this magical world. I would become so involved in these projects, the teacher would literally have to pull me away from it to catch the bus. She would fill my little back pack with an assortment of paper and glue sticks so I could continue the adventure when I got to day care. When I become a teacher, this will be a frequent project me and my students will work on. Anything is possible in this play-land and papers possibilities and characteristics makes in all the more fascinating!

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    Yatzer | 2009-10-15 00:43:53

    YATZER WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUBMISSIONS. The competition is over and the names of the three lucky winners will be announced in Yatzer's newsletter which will be sent tomorrow. The names will also be posted here.

  • friend
    Vera | 2010-03-19 21:41:48

    Very good! I am liked/

  • friend
    smriti chanchani | 2012-02-06 07:01:33

    Thank you so much for the book. I was pleasantly surprised by this gift that landed up at my doorstep almost a year ago. Many people in my friend and work circles have been inspired by the book. Thank you for the gift :)

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