Hand-marbled papers by Rhonda Miller

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Hand-marbled papers by Rhonda Miller

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About MyMarbledPapers

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On Etsy since 2009

Marbling, in excess

I started marbling in 2008, to complement my bookbinding work. After I started marbling, I soon realized that I was producing much more marbled paper than I could use in my own bookbinding projects. Eventually I thought my papers were good enough to sell, and it seemed like that would be a good way to control my supply. Consequently, this little shop was born.

The marbling that I do is traditional Turkish marbling (called Ebru), which is commonly used in bookbinding, particularly as endpapers in old books. Ebru involves floating paints on a thickened liquid surface where the colours can be manipulated into complex patterns. I do some Japanese marbling (called Suminagashi) as well, which involves floating ink on water. It is a more fluid, less controlled style of marbling. My involvement in marbling began several years after I started bookbinding. Bookbinding is my primary craft, and I sell handbound journals here on Etsy as well:

I really enjoy the process of marbling. I have taken classes from two exceptional marblers: Nancy Morains in 2008 and Steve Pittelkow in 2012. This art takes a lot of practice. There are so many variables that can impact the successful creation of a single sheet of paper, that even now, I am impressed with every example of hand-marbling that I see, and every sheet of marbled paper that I produce still amazes me!

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  • Rhonda Miller

    Owner, Marbler And Bookbinder

    My name is Rhonda Miller, and I am a paper marbler and a bookbinder and I love my work.

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Last updated on August 17, 2013
Welcome to
I am an amateur paper marbler and have decided to sell some of my work here. I am primarily a bookbinder, and I sell handbound journals on Etsy as well:

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Returns and exchanges
If you are unhappy with your paper, just send it back to me in its original package and in its original condition, and I will give you a full refund, including all your shipping costs. If your paper is returned for some other reason, I will refund the full cost of the paper and half the shipping costs.
Please arrange payment within two days of your initial transaction. I accept Paypal, or international money orders. If you are planning to send a money order, please contact me first.
Delivery Time
My papers are ready for shipping on the same day as purchase, or the very next day.

Within Canada, shipping time is often less than a week.

To the USA, shipping is typically about two weeks and can be a bit longer to some of the more distant locales.

For all other countries, please allow 3 or 4 weeks for delivery.

Sometimes I will re-use clean packing materials for shipping. If you prefer entirely new material, please let me know when you place your order.