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    For a show-stopping party spread, use these graphic tabletop cards to let guests know what’s on the menu, what’s in a dish, or who’s sitting wher… Read More
    For a show-stopping party spread, use these graphic tabletop cards to let guests know what’s on the menu, what’s in a dish, or who’s sitting where. Each Paper-Cut Cherry Tomato, Baguette, Wheat Stalk, Butternut Squash, Garlic or Red Pepper/Eggplant card comes with a separate label for handwriting a guest’s name or menu item. Card comes with a separate label for handwriting a guest’s name or menu item. Vertical, larger cards are perfect for listing the entire menu or table number. You’ll want to keep these intricate hand-cut, layered works of art or send them home as party favors for guests. As seen in Traditional Home Magazine (May 2011), page 76 Photography By Dominique Vorillon, Courtesy of Traditional Home Magazine Read Less
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Unlike most pattern artists who work in ink, paint, watercolor, or computer graphics, Anna works exclusively in paper. Wielding her X-acto knife as a pen, she cuts motifs repeatedly into richly colored, textured paper. She glues additional paper layers, designing andcutting as she goes.  The process lets Anna infuse each piece with great detail, dimension, and texture. As a bonus, the shapes left behind on her cutting mat give Anna instant fodder for new designs.  She likes to think of it as “recycling bydesign."