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May 24, 2008


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Elsita :)

What a GREAT papercut you made!!! The idea of using layers of paper in different colors was so creative! The result is beautiful!!! Congratulations!! Now you can see how relaxing the papercut experience is!
And I am happy to say that I already made you a little papercut as an exchange for the fabrics! I will ship it on Tuesday because Monday is a Holiday :)

And I am glad that you are doing everything to help the trilliums, they deserve it!
Have a great Saturday!
Elsita :)


I love this whole post! From your quest for answers about the trilliums to your experimentation with paper cutting, you continue to inspire me so much! Your trillium "rose window" is breathtaking.


your forest photos and paper cut are wonderful! i haven't worked with kite paper in a while but you have inspired me to dig mine out and make something. it takes the light so beautifully.


it turned out so beautifully! and i LOVE that last photo... setting it as my desktop now, if i may...


your blog is delightful - and we have trilliums here as well - loved the thimble vases - your sensibility is magical - thanks!

xox - eb.

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