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Apartment Therapy, Nov 2012
How To Make Cut Paper Placecards   

'Tis the season for getting your fancy on: setting the dining room table, pulling out the real napkins and the good wine glasses, creating a centerpiece. For a final touch of elegance, try place cards. These are from Anna Bondoc's new book, Simply Paper Cutting. We love their delicate, handmade quality and have included templates for the steaming bowl and the rose design (which may be a little easier for beginners).

LA at Home, Nov 2012

Thanksgiving place cards: Paper artist shows how

Los Angeles paper artist Anna Bondoc agreed to walk readers through the steps of making these squash place cards, one of the projects featured in her new book, "Simply Paper Cutting: Hand-Cut Paper Projects for Home Decor, Stationery & Gifts." We've even provided templates to make the job easier ...  

Stitch, Fall 2012

Pillow Challenge: 
Three Stitch artists interpret the fabric designs of Anna Bondoc and each create a pillow. This story includes the three pillow projects, as well as a narrative from each artist on how the fabric inspired. The article is a companion to sister magazine Cloth Paper Scissors’ profile on Anna's indie fabric designer's creative process.
  Cloth Paper Scissors July/August 2012 issue

I'm excited to announce my first "mini-collection" of digital fabric, created for the editors at Interweave, publishers of 16 different magazines for art and craft enthusiasts, including "Cloth Paper Scissors".
You can see the fabrics I designed and read my article about how I designed them on page 62 of Cloth Paper Scissors July/August 2012 issue, available at participating newsstands, or via digital subscription here.

Traditional Home Magazine
May 2011, p.76

Foodie Fantasy/Custom Cuttings

These charming small signs direct guests to the food stations. Created by artist Anna Bondoc (, they were made by layering cutout of food shapes onto cards. Read more @ Traditional Home  or Buy Online - Paper-Cut Menu Cards

Color, pattern, beauty, and whimsy. These are words that come to mind when I think of Anna Bondoc’s original art work. Anna cuts and layers paper with an exacto knife, using it like a pen, creating abstract pattern art. I had a chance to visit Bondoc in her studio a few weeks ago, and I saw how even the tiniest square of layered paper shapes could makes a huge decorative statement on your walls. I particularly admired her line of children’s nameplates.


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Traditional Home Magazine - Nov. 2010

Paper Artistry

ABCs and 123s are kid-friendly and cool with Anna Bondoc's artistry, like Duckbill. The former teacher, who works in hand-cut, layered card stock, recently helped out at a Los Angeles charter school by fashioning learning tools to make class work fun.

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Apartment Therapy Studio Visit

Anna's art is deceptively simple in appearance. But stare at it for a few minutes and it begins to shimmer, inviting you to look more closely and discover the complexity of its construction.

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Anna Bondoc: Modern Nameplates for Kids -

Adding a personal touch to your tot’s nursery just got easier thanks to LA-based artist Anna Bondoc.

READ MORE at - Celebrity Babies

Decorating the Nursery Gets Personal
Nameplates by Anna Bondoc   

If only you’d seen the writing on the wall — specifically, Anna Bondoc’s nameplates. The local artist creates nursery-door lovelies inspired by Chinese jihanzi and Japanese katagami (ancient forms of paper cutting).

READ MORE at Daily Candy Kids

urban baby
Get Graphic

As as the parent of an urban baby, you subscribe to the philosophy that nursery aesthetics need not clash with the rest of your home’s decor. You want Junior’s room to be an extension of the streamlined, modern look you’ve worked so hard to achieve throughout the grown-up quarters of your abode.

Enter Anna Bondoc.

READ MORE at Urban Baby

I recently got to see an Anna Bondoc nameplate up close and personal and let me just tell you…WOW!  Anna Bondoc art in general is modern and edgy, yet super colorful and fun, design a nursery with some of these creations and you’ll have the nursery of your dreams!

READ MORE at Baby Elan

Trend: Mid Century Patterns + Palettes

Tapping other creative print and pattern worlds, Anna Bondoc’s recent paper cut masterpieces are a reminder that paper continues to be a material of choice for designers and artists alike . . .

I love the dualism of Anna Bondoc's work. This L.A. based artist works in one of the most seemingly simple forms around–paper. But what she does with an X-acto knife creating and cutting these layers is like nothing else . . .