Cyber Monday: Shop online all day!

woman_sitting_with_laptop_187459After shopping on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday, you will be ready to finish your holiday shopping online on Monday, November 27. The Monday after Thanksgiving has come to be known as “Cyber Monday” because so many people turn to the Internet to finish their holiday shopping.

This Cyber Monday, visit my Little Bird de Papel Etsy Shop, especially for holiday greeting cards and origami crane earrings. You will be supporting an independent small business by doing so.

  •  Orders for holiday cards and origami crane earrings will ship within 1-2 business days.
  • I will customize holiday cards with greeting of your choice.
  •  I will write a message from you to your recipients on inside of holiday cards and mail cards for you at no additional cost.
  • $5.00 gift wrap available on all earrings. I will also write note and mail earrings for you.

There are two opportunities for you SHOP LOCAL at Little Bird de Papel this holiday season.

29th Annual Old Church Fine Crafts Show

Little Bird de Papel Xmas ShopFri. – Sun., December 1-3, 2017  
Historic Old San Ysidro Church
Corrales, New Mexico

The net proceeds from this art show goes toward restoration and repair projects and other historical programs hosted by Corrales Historical Society. 


Little Bird de Papel's studio on Mountain Road in Albuquerque, NM
1222 Mountain Rd. NW, Albuquerque, NM

Little Bird de Papel on Mountain Road

My shop at 1222 Mountain Road is open when I am in the studio working or by appointment. Feel free to drop in when I am there or call and I’ll set up a time to meet with you.


–Vicki Bolen



Contact Info

Vicki Bolen
Little Bird de Papel
1222 Mountain Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87123

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Author: Vicki Bolen, Little Bird de Papel

I am a paper artist living and creating in Albuquerque, NM. Working with paper to create art gives me an appreciation for the beauty and cultural significance of this versatile material. I began by folding origami cranes, and over the years my work has evolved to include handmade greeting cards, book making, boxes and mono prints. Each piece gives me the opportunity to create something useful while expressing myself artistically. I attend numerous art and crafts festivals throughout the country because my intent is to share the joy I experience in making art. My artwork is also available through my Etsy and Redbubble shops.

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