This type of papercutting is called origamic architecture.
If you type in the name masahiro chatani in your search engine, or origamic
architecture, you will find sites that is just for this type of
papercrafting. I have some in my album on the site if you want to see them.
Just look for the name Julie's and you'll find them.
If you see anything on the site album, or on a website, let me know, and I
will see if I have the templet. I'll help you also with instructions if
needed. I use the Canson Mi-Teintes paper. You can buy it through dickblick
com the site has a ton of colors and this paper is 65% fiber, which not
only gives it a beautiful texture, but more flexability than most other
Date: 8/29/2008 9:32:45 PM
Subject: [Scherenschnitte] Re: Neat pop up...
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Christine <calzephyr@...> wrote:
> Check it out...
> Just lovely!
What weight and type of paper is best for this type of card? I would
guess the cards stock and the paper cut are not the same type of paper.
Very, very nice piece of work.
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