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A Big Decision

When we started Folding Trees, back in June 2008, paper crafts were often neglected among today’s crafters. We saw the need to showcase that there’s so much more to paper crafting than just scrapbooking, and our goal was to collect the best tutorials we have found on the net, inspire you by highlighting amazing paper creations from talented artists and crafters, and share our own paper crafts and tutorials.

Since then, we have written close to 600 posts and found a loyal following of well over 5,000 readers per day. We’re so grateful to all of you who have returned to Folding Trees every day to see what new delights we’ve uncovered! We have also established the thriving Folding Trees Flickr group which is full of beautiful paper art and crafts made by our talented readers.

Here are a few of our most popular original tutorials:

folding trees - year 1
clockwise from top left:
1) June’s Tissue Paper Carnations;
2) Eve’s Kusudama Ball (part 1 & part 2);
3) June’s Lucky Wishing Stars; 4) Eve’s Balloon Lights

Now we feel that we’ve accomplished our initial mission to bring modern, stylish paper crafts to the world. The variety and relevance of making things from paper have been more widely recognized, and most of the other big craft blogs have picked up on this and are covering paper crafts too, with more time and resources than the two of us can afford. We have therefore made the difficult decision to step back from Folding Trees for a while, to allow us to spend more time with our families and to concentrate on our small businesses.

With Folding Trees, we have compiled a valuable resource as a source of inspiration and tutorials, and we hope you’ll continue to visit us: all our previous posts are archived by categories in the right sidebar if you’d like to browse for inspiration, or you can use the Search box (also in the right sidebar) if you’re looking for something specific. If you’re looking for new papercraft ideas in the future, try visiting blogs such as One Pretty Thing, CRAFT and WhipUp for daily posts on all types of craft including papercraft, and of course our Folding Trees Flickr group, which we hope you’ll continue to post pictures to, with links to your tutorials for the things you’ve made!

Thank you for all your support, and keep on crafting with paper!

June & Eve

Keep in touch with us on Twitter:
June @planetjune & Eve @Eve_FM


Comment from elaine
Time: December 26, 2009, 10:17 am

June & Eve,

I only discovered Folding Trees during the last year. But the varied paper arts you introduced to me moved my primary focus from china & glass mosaic to paper. First my combining paper into my 3D mosaics & later concentrating solely on paper arts.

Yours was the feed I looked for every morning BEFORE checking my email. I’ll miss you; but, am certain I’ll continue to refer to your site for tutorials and inspiration.

Thank you and Happy New Year.

atlanta, ga

Comment from lorraine
Time: December 26, 2009, 11:52 am

Thank you so much for all you’ve shared. I got on the bandwagon a little late in the game but have searched through your archived postings & found lots of wonderful ideas. My papercrafting world has certainly expanded with all I’ve learned through your site. Blessings to you both!

Comment from ETha
Time: December 26, 2009, 12:24 pm

Awwww, I hate to see this not continue but wish you all the best in your future foldings :) I have enjoyed myself tremendously coming here and looking at all the eye candy!

Comment from Collette
Time: December 26, 2009, 2:06 pm

Thank you for all the work you’ve put into this–it’s been a delight to read. Enjoy your families!

Comment from Ann @allthingspaper
Time: December 26, 2009, 2:12 pm

Oh I’m sorry to read your message, but am relieved FoldingTrees isn’t completely disappearing. You’ve done a fantastic job of featuring a wide variety of paper projects and I so appreciate all of the attention brought to quilling especially. You’ve been one of my main go-to sites for such a long while now, a daily visit will be a hard habit to break. Best wishes in your future endeavors, June and Eve!

Comment from Kristin
Time: December 26, 2009, 2:46 pm

Congratulations on your success and enjoy making new paths with your families and your businesses. It’s been a joy being a part of your many visitors each day.

Kristin – The Goat

Comment from Margit Ammentorp
Time: December 26, 2009, 6:45 pm

I am sad to hear this, I like Folding Trees so much.

Comment from Regina Schultz
Time: December 26, 2009, 7:41 pm

Oh!! I’m going to miss all the bright ideas I could see every day. Hope you’ll come back soon.
Sunshine from Brazil.

Comment from lorraine
Time: December 26, 2009, 10:19 pm

I’m going to miss you, but I’m glad that you’ll be keeping the blog up for reference. You’ve provided some very wonderful projects, ideas, and links. I would hate to lose such a great resource.

Much success with your businesses and good times with your families.

Comment from Teri
Time: December 26, 2009, 11:14 pm

Well, hell – it’s not like you haven’t provided so many projects already that I have a healthy backlog, but I’m sad to hear of this hiatus. I hope you’re both successful in your business, but I also hope you’re both back on this site sooner rather than later. Thank you for all the inspiration and tutuorials, and may you have a happy and prosperous new year!

Comment from Melissa
Time: December 26, 2009, 11:54 pm

I’ll also be sad that there won’t be daily (or mostly daily) posts. I just found your blog a few months ago and have enjoyed it so much. I do hope you will continue it.

Comment from Dori
Time: December 27, 2009, 1:23 am

I’m saddened to hear your news as I love your site and visit it regularly and have used many of the tutorials. You’ve done a great job with this blog and I will miss you. Thank you for keeping the blog alive for reference purposes. Warm wishes in your buisness ventures. You rock!! Please continue to keep paper crafting alive! A Happy New Year to you and your families. Thank you.

Comment from Patricia
Time: December 27, 2009, 2:01 am

Too bad! One of my favourite blogs… but I do understand what you mean and I will still be visiting for inspiration frequently.
I wish only the best for you in whatever you do next!
Merry Christmas!

Comment from Francine
Time: December 27, 2009, 11:40 am

I will be missing your blog, I looked every morning to see what was new on your site, I loved it very much. Thank you for all the work you showed us about paper, it was a real pleasure to read you every day.
I wish you a very Happy New Year 2010 and all the best to you both.

Comment from Nancy
Time: December 27, 2009, 11:42 am

So sad to see you go, but thank you for all the inspiration you’ve given us.

Anyway, I’m sure you’ll both go on creating wonderful things–I look forward to those!

Comment from Limar
Time: December 28, 2009, 7:14 am

Sad news :( Thank you for all the inspiration you’ve givin. Wishing you both all the best :)

Comment from elsa gygax
Time: December 28, 2009, 9:58 am

I think you have been so inspiring!!!! Your priorities about your family, mainly, and your own lives, deserve my respect. I will always be looking back at folding trees for ideas and try to put pictures of my work in flickr…. Good luck with your new challenges!!!!!!

Comment from Barbara D. Ramsey
Time: December 28, 2009, 1:26 pm

Thank you for all that you have shared!

t has been so nice to look at your blog every day to see what new creations you have found to inspire and inform! I am going to miss your postings very much but I am grateful for the time you have given and realize the importance of your families and your business obligations! I hope to see you back again some day! :<)

Wishing you everything good in the new year!

Barbara Diane

Comment from Helen Gillis
Time: December 28, 2009, 2:19 pm

Thank you for all the beautiful and fun tutorials – I will miss Folding Trees very much, but wish you best of luck, and Happy New Year!!!!

Comment from Rachel
Time: December 29, 2009, 1:38 pm

Thanks so much for all the fabulous ideas and project features over the last two years! Lots of luck in the future- happy crafting!

Comment from Is@Hz
Time: December 30, 2009, 8:50 am

Muchas gracias por tantas ideas estupendas recopiladas con tanta precisió y cariño. Para mí también es una pena, pero entiendo que esta aventura es muy dura para alargarla demasiado tiempo.
Un abrazo de una seguidora de España.

Comment from Fiona
Time: December 30, 2009, 10:37 pm

I’ll miss you guys! Folding Trees is one of my favourite blogs, but I understand the need to move forwards :-) Thanks so much for all the tutorials, and I’ll definitely be buying the book now Christmas is over! Good luck with the future, hope you achieve all you want to :-)

Comment from Sarah
Time: December 30, 2009, 11:06 pm

Aw shucks! Much to be missed & thank you so much!!!

Comment from Nandini
Time: December 31, 2009, 12:33 am

Ohhh!! Too bad!! Thanks a lot for all the inspiration!
But Good Luck with your endeavors!!
May the New year bring in lots of joy and happiness to both of you :)

Comment from ewa
Time: January 2, 2010, 7:15 am

à bientôt j’espère!!!

Comment from katie
Time: January 5, 2010, 5:45 am

thank you so much for your inspiring site – you are on my Google Reader list and i love to visit and see what wonderful new ideas you have to share – which you have done so generously and for so long – so now of course – you deserve a break and though i and many many more will miss your posts – I really appreciate your need for balance – well done and much love from this paper obsessed reader!

Comment from Dani
Time: January 5, 2010, 10:21 am

I’m sorry to hear that! I recently discovered your site and came here each day to see what was new. Thanks for the inspiration! I will miss it for sure!

Comment from noura
Time: January 6, 2010, 11:33 pm

thank you guys for every thing, i’m so sad to hear that :(
the folding trees is one of my favourite blogs , i learn so much from your posts, i hope to see you back some day
this is noura from kuwait .

Comment from Aimee
Time: January 7, 2010, 9:57 pm

I’ve been there. Several years ago I did the same thing. You’ll be glad you did and you can come back another day and refreshed and ready for something new. Best of luck!

Comment from Aggie
Time: January 12, 2010, 9:01 am

I was so sadden to read your post…selfishly, of course. I derived a slew of inspiration from FT and your missives. so, thank you for all of your time (also thank you for keeping the posts alive to look through). You will be missed greatly.

Comment from Namrata
Time: January 19, 2010, 3:25 pm

It has been a wonderful inspirational place to pop your head in when looking for paper crafts.

Good luck for future.

Comment from Diana
Time: February 1, 2010, 4:16 pm

OH no! Will the site itself still be up? I will miss this site and it’s inspiration quite a bit!

Comment from June & Eve
Time: February 1, 2010, 4:21 pm

Thanks everyone for your support and comments!

Diana: don’t worry, Folding Trees itself isn’t going anywhere! You can still browse all the archives and be inspired :)

Comment from Anne
Time: February 7, 2010, 1:37 pm

Je ne suis pas sûre d’avoir tout compris… mais suis très désolée que les articles ne soit plus mis à jour…
C’était trop super votre travail !
Merci encore
Anne (France)

Comment from oovtulips
Time: February 14, 2010, 11:26 am

Been a while i visited your blog, which i used to do like quite a few times everyday till couple of months ago & now that my heart feels heavy to know the news :(. You guys were so inspiring on paper crafts & did a damn good job on the same!! You inspired (‘mesmerized’ would be a better word i guess) me on quilling, made me look around to buy the tools, do some projects which i loved to & even got them posted on your blog. I’m a medical doc by profession & i had never even dreamt of paper craftin’ till i stumbled upon your blog. I was on a quite long vacation in a diff country then; i’m now back home with the entire quilling kit & back to work & sure to do some more quilling when i find time. “Kudos” to ya both “June & eve”. May this new year bring ya both everything ya wished for in your life!

Comment from Nancy
Time: August 24, 2010, 4:52 am

I am so sad that you guys decided to stop Folding Trees. I discovered your blog a while back and I was surprised at all of the projects that can be made out of paper. I was also happy that you guys have put together all of the projects which make the whole website a “one stop for all.” This website have link me to others bloggers, which also help me get inspiration to do paper craft. I always and constantly look forward for your new posts. Now, as I read this final post, I want to say “Congrats” for your success from this website. I believe you have inspired many people to let out their creative side and let their imagination go wild. I wish you both with happiness, luck, and prosperity in your life.

Comment from Sara
Time: September 1, 2010, 4:55 pm

Hi!!Very nice your blog and your works! Thank you vary much for tutorials!! I linkerd you in my blog!

Comment from Debi Pippin
Time: October 1, 2010, 12:38 am

sorry to hear you are not going to continue just found you and love your site. I have put some of the Kusadama ball and my own design of a Christmas tree on my blog. Yours was the best site to teach me to fold so far. Check out my tree if you get the chance
Thanks for all you have shared
Debi Pippin

Comment from Mom and Pop
Time: October 12, 2010, 9:00 am

I admit it has been a while since I visited this site, but what a shock! I will certainly miss you. thanks for all the great ideas. Good luck in your business.

Comment from Bean Bags
Time: January 4, 2011, 7:20 am

It’s a real shame you felt you couldn’t compete with larger sites. I found your blog from and love it. It’s not always about competing with the larger players, you’re small and perfectly formed :)

Comment from alena
Time: January 9, 2011, 6:57 pm

Have you ever thought about making a book out of this project? If you put all the ideas you have here, I will buy the book.
If not, I hope you will keep Folding Trees for years. Thank you so much for what you have done. Now I think twice before I recicle used gift paper or an old magazine.

Comment from Béatrice
Time: January 25, 2011, 5:39 am

I like the idea on the picture))) Anyway, good luck and more ideas to you)

Comment from Eileen Jennings
Time: October 21, 2011, 8:44 am

I discovered your site a while back then fell into some struggles and did not have the internet for a while but I have been back now for a while and am looking again to get back into the paper artwork. I am so delighted to find you again. I too am starting a new blog to share what I learn so others can learn to do paper artwork as well.
Mrs. J.

Comment from Papyrus Gami Kami
Time: September 23, 2012, 11:49 pm

Where are more? I don’t see a post newer than 2009. What happened? Are their going to be no more posts?

Comment from Papyrus Gami Kami
Time: September 23, 2012, 11:55 pm

That answers my question. Sorry! I only read the top part and never noticed the paragraphs under the photo. Sad :(

Comment from Papyrus Gami Kami
Time: September 24, 2012, 11:45 pm

What other sites are there, to have more paper crafts? I love to do art with paper, and origami would be great. :)

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