Sunday, October 05, 2008

Conference Weekend

This weekend, my church had a conference that I got to sit and listen to. It's sometimes really hard for me to sit through the whole 4 hours on Saturday and then again on Sunday, so it helps for me to have something to do. On the second two hour block on Saturday, I drew these 5 cuts and then on Sunday, I cut them all out.

This one, I really have no idea what I was doing here. However you want to interpret it is fine with me.





This one looks a lot cuter in real life. I think I might rescan it on white paper so it turns out better. It's so cute!

10 comments:

TxScrapAddict said...

wow!

perilloparodies said...

you should host a writing contest for that first one with the bear, the girl, and the dear!!! bet you would get ALL KINDS of interesting stories out of that one... you did a great job... you work fast, huh, to be able to accomplish so many? glad you are able to do more these days... :-)

Snippety Gibbet said...

That first one is totally a subconscious snip about the current state of the stock market. Bull and bear markets. That evil bear is trying to pull the unsuspecting woman in his direction. The bull market, in the form of a deer here, is trying to woo the woman back in the right direction.

Hehehe.....

jess said...

I'm new to your blog. I LOVE your work!!!! I just started papercutting and have a hard time finding patterns. Can you reccomend anywhere to go to find some.
PS. I had to laugh with what you said about conference! I got so much embroidery done while I was listening. I think as women we tend to do better paying attention if our hands are busy.

Megan said...

I just stumbled upon your blog and remembered the joy of scherenschnitte that I learned as an young child. I'd almost forgotten all about it!

Billy said...

Your cuts are always so beautiful. What an inspiration! :)

Amanda said...

Those are amazing, you did a great job!

ram said...

Sip - I saw the smae thing with the first one - but I think maybe she just cut the bull out of the picture totally - the dear is lady luck - ready to flee from the situation, methinks.

ram said...

Oh, and of course the girl is the USA. and funny how the deer is just out of reach.

Daniel Bushman said...

Love these. Especially the faun-girl-bear.