This is another one that is sort of inspired by my library trip, but mostly not.
There’s a book in that stack on paper cutting, and the projects in it are amazing. I can’t wait to give it a deeper look.
In the meantime, though, I had paper cutting on my mind, so I decided to do some super old school paper cutting with the materials I had on hand, which included the Sunday comics, a scrap piece of paper and a pair of my daughter’s scissors (why hers were on my desk and not mine is anyone’s guess).
Realize all your cutouts are now individual layers because you cut too much.
I really like this one.
The kids in the girl’s class love doing random paper cutting, and I kind of do, too. I’m definitely using one of those comics sheets in my art journal, and they look like they might be cool stencils, too.
This is a project you can do anywhere there is paper and scissors, whether at home or at work. So do it, take a picture and tag me with #ourdailycraft, why don’t you?
I’d love to know what your creative plans for the weekend are, too!