I love working on pop-up books. I urgently need to write my own book soon. Anyway, I thought it would be interesting to share a glimpse of the process involved in creating a pop up book. To that end, here’s a
I’m ready to show this online now because almost everyone in the family (and some friends) should have gotten them in the mail already. I made this Christmas card by updating an old, classic volvelle mechanism. Some of you have seen
Here’s a fun Christmas card I made one year. I was obsessed with paper track systems for a while and this was an attempt to see how much action I could get from a single pull tab using those internal tracks.
Every once in a while you are asked to design something so crazy, you wonder if the request is a joke. So one day a few years ago I was asked if I could make a simple magazine insert to
I’d had the idea of a snowball fight written on a scrap of paper for a couple of years but never settled on how to make it happen as a Christmas Card. Finally this year I was inspired by
I made a cute little card with a pull tab as our son’s birth announcement. As you pull the tab, he floats down from the stork’s grasp and flips his diaper up into a parachute for a soft landing. In