Way cool toolbox!
Not too sure if you are still active online here – I just have to relate to you how amazing and creative you are and your projects just inspire me – really awesome – thank you for posting and sharing – if you do have an etsey shop I would love to check it out – Happy Cardboard Making
Hi! I found your luna moth wings on Pinterest, and I’m wondering if you ever made the tutorial for them? I’d love to purchase it from you if you did. Thanks!
Sorry, no PDF tutorials are available for this costume.
To whom it my concern my name is Sulieta, my son’s turning one and the theme of his birthday is Where The Wild Things Are. I not sure if you only specialize in costume only? But I wanted to know if you guys do cut out Board boxes. I want cut out board boxes of the characters in the story.
Please feel free to contact me back. Hope to hear you soon 🙂 .
I’m sorry to say I don’t do such work. The Wild Thing costumes are also the work of other artists that were inspired by the costumes I’ve made, not by me. I think it’s a great idea for a birthday party! Good luck!
My name’s Anna, I’m a stylist working on a project at the moment where I need a paper/cardboard costume. I really love the toad that Amber made and would liketo get in contact with her. Could you send me her contact details please?
All the best,
Because I live in a very small apartment, I have no space for storage. I recycle my projects soon after they are made. Sorry!
Love your work and blog 😉
Are your books available in english?
Yes! You can find the link to my Etsy store to order them.
The books sold in my Etsy shop are in Japanese only. Sorry!
Hello! First of all, great website, I love your creativity! Second, I also happen to live in Tokyo and am looking for cardboard so I am glad I stumbled on your site! I have two sliding glass doors that connect my bedroom to my balcony that I am looking to black out at night before I sleep. My idea is to find a huge cardboard box, such as a refrigerator box, that I could then cut to the exact dimensions to cover the doors, and that could easily be folded and stored during the daytime and put back in place at night. Problem is, I don’t know how to secure such a huge piece of cardboard here! Since you live in Tokyo, would you happen to have any ideas? Thanks so much for your help!
I know what you mean about the morning light these days. It’s so bright in May and June. I would suggest asking at a bike shop for a bike box. They are similar in dimension and the bike shops are easier to navigate. Good Luck and hope you find something that works for you!
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