love the cutting.

okay, so i love paper, obviously. my husband says that i am obsessed with it, and he's probably right. after lindsey's post about yulia brokskaya, i started to pay more attention to the different ways paper can be manipulated... their shape, texture, movement. enter: elisita. found her via d*s this morning... her 2d and 3d papercuts are gorgeous and imaginative, and i dream about hanging them in shadowboxes in my living room. (she has an etsy shop in case you're interested) this is something that really interests and inspires me, and i hope to learn more about the history and techniques of papercutting. i am already a pro with the x-acto blade, so why not?

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