Octopi love. So cute!!!
Love it!So do you use origami paper for all of your paper cuts? It seems so thin but your stuff looks great!
Hi! I am so amazed by your work, I think it's just absolutely beautiful!I have a question. I have JUST started this, I've done two papercuttings, and I love your designs so much. Do you mind if I use your designs as templates? With your permission, I'd be making cuttings of my own (to keep- NEVER to sell), and posting them on my blog to show my friends, giving you design credit and linking to your blog for each one.I have already used the third Little Red Riding Hood design, but I wanted to get your permission before I posted it publicly. Please let me know either way by emailing me or commenting back.I really appreciate the work you've done, it's amazingly intricate.Thanks!Jenny
Your work is so beautiful. I love it. Have you considered selling your designs as a template so that other people can try it themselves? I would be your first customer! I second the "other Jenny's" question. I would love to do the Little Red Ridinghoods for my daughters room. I would also love to give you credit for it on my blog.Thanks,Jenny
21st century mom, I generally do use origami paper, but sometimes I use other types, but the origami seems to work best.Jenny and Jennifer, good job on making yourselves some papercuts. Go ahead and use my pieces as templates and feel free to give me a shout out on your blog. Just please don't sell them, that's all I ask. Eventually I'm going to make some patterns to sell on my etsy site. Then I'd probably gripe a little more!
Snippety Gibbet, thanks!
One more question - are there grades of oragami paper? I bought a kids craft kit and the stuff just seems kind of flimsy. But maybe that's okay?
Stunning...how do you conjure these designs? I'm amazed...and in awe.
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