Paper Cuts

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Paper Cuts

Draws on the techniques of a range of cultures and leading artists to demonstrate modern approaches to the increasingly popular folk art of paper cutting, providing 35 contemporary projects from party ware and centerpieces to ornaments and cards. Original.

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