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Old 10-13-2013, 09:32 AM   #1
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Default Quilted cards made with Washi paper from Japan

Very pretty, quilted with craft foam. Patterns sold by Hanko Designs in CA:
Oshie - Washi Paper Quilting From Hanko Designs Introduction.
YouTube demo included. In addition to loads of other specialty paper crafting items, they have a huge variety of gorgeous Japanese Washi papers from simple origami types to premium grade. Custom Washi tapes can be made from them.

Lots more wonderful Asian-themed stamps, etc., at Art Neko:
Rubber Stamps - About Art Accents - Art Neko - Paper Arts Supplies.

I'm not affiliated with these stores. Just like their stuff.
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Oh my gosh, those washi paper quilted designs are just beautiful. I'm going to have to learn to do that.
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This technique is super simple to do. You need washi, thin chipboard, and thin foam packing material (like the kind you put between plates for packing, or similar).

I buy from Hanko when they come to our rubber stamp convention. I love their paper.
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