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Preview scale: 21.0 x 18.0 inches. Show Rulers
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I cut folded paper valentines from tracing paper, then scanned them into the computer with a piece of colored construction paper behind them. Some of
large scale repeats (9494),
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Thank you. It was done with tracing paper. I think tissue paper would be too light weight. The tracing paper was a great weight.
Posted over 6 years ago.
I agree, this variation is lovely.
Oh neat! I really like this variation! <p>
The simplified shapes are nice enough to carry the design by itself, as you did with the <a href="http://www.spoonflower.com/explore/158605 ">other</a> one, but In my opinion this is stronger than that one - having the subtlety of the fold lines and the more subdued colors really adds an intimacy to the design.<p>
Did you do it on tissue paper? It looks like tissue paper here and it's a lovely effect.
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