For Love of Paper – Patricia Zapata

I recently had the pleasure of taking a paper workshop from the extremely talented Patricia Zapata of A Little Hut . After the workshop, I came away with an even larger love of paper. About 8 years ago, when my husband and I lived in London and I was soul searching,  I used to get sucked into Paper Chase on Tottenham Court Rd. I used to wander around for hours. It was 3 floors and had every paper product you can imagine. When I took Patricia ‘s workshop in Salt Lake, it took me back to all the beautiful paper and rich colors and designs. I remember all the lovely things I had wanted to create and I was able to create this adorable piece above. This is one of her templates which we cut for the workshop and below are some of the steps and supplies.



Tea Light by Patricia. Click for more of her printable templates.


The Lovely Patricia Hut holding her mobile, which I believe has around 100 cut flowers.



One Comment to “For Love of Paper – Patricia Zapata”

  1. Thank you SO much Mary Beth! I’m so glad that you enjoyed the class and that all the paper survived the traveling. I love how your piece looks in a frame. You did an awesome job. I also see that you added some fruit—love it!

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