Here is a sneak peek at our first issue of Kraft Paper Muse coming out on the 5th!
Erin Thursby takes a brief Vintage/Modern look at paisley’s influence throughout history.
Parmesan Crusted Chicken with Garlic Herb Pasta gets a doodle-rific facelift in ink and Copic marker in our first Drawn Butter installment.
Brian Kesinger, the creative mind behind the fabulously steampunk “Otto and Victoria” comic takes a few minutes to talk to KPM about his digitally-analog life and shares a couple of projects with us.
We had a terrific conversation with Stephen Fraser, partner and co-Founder of Spoonflower, about what it’s like behind-the-scenes and their wonderfully talented community.
Renmeleon will show you how to draw a paisley by hand and then use it to create a seamless pattern in Photoshop.
For our spinning and paper toy enthusiasts, download, print out, and put together an adorable hand-drawn spinning wheel paper toy by our very own Paper Princess.
Plus discover some great tech for your mobile office, visit our favorite Spoonflower designer shops as well as our favorites on Etsy, and other goodies you will have to wait to see.