Ann Martin is the creator of All Things Paper, a blog about the latest on the craft scene--stylish projects, trends, and book reviews. She interviews established artists and features novice artisans with big ideas. Ann enjoys introducing her specialty--quilling--to those who have never seen or heard of the rolled paper art. In addition to designing projects for books, magazines, and websites, she creates custom quilled marriage certificates. Ann lives on the east coast of the United States in the Delaware Valley.
"I personally find craft books like this useful because it allows
me to build on the techniques and come up with my own projects."
--Zakka Life blog
"With a fresh take on an old hobby, this book helps transform a simple piece of paper into something truly extraordinary." --Fave Crafts
"I'm so impressed with how unusual and detailed the projects are--these are things you haven't already seen all over the internet!" --CraftyPod
"If you enjoy making things by hand, are drawn to the surprising array of objects that can be crafted from different kinds of paper, or are just looking for a new artistic challenge, pick up a copy of Ann's book. And then pick up another to give as a gift." --Writing Without Paper blog
"I met Ann many years ago through her blog of the same name, All Things Paper and was so impressed by her work [ ... ] This book is well-curated by Ann, who has gathered up an amazing variety of pretty projects by top crafters and artists." --Coquette Fashion + digital style by Natalie Zee Drieu
"Ann's new book is filled with brand new DIY ideas created by a wide range of artisans who have been been featured prominently on her blog. In addition to being beautiful, the projects are all highly functional--an aspect about which Ann felt strongly." --DesignSponge
"This book is full of ideas for paper projects in the realms of home decor, jewelry (including a delicate crocheted choker made from fine white paper yarn), fashion accessories and note cards. But one technique that really caught my attention was quilling." --Tina Baine of the Santa Cruz Sentinel
"I am completely inspired by All Things Paper--a book that offers truly inspiring and well-executed paper-based projects. [...] If you're looking for a book with truly innovative paper-based projects, this book is for you." --Crescendoh.com blog