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Working primarily in mixed media, Christine Kim creates intricate paper cuttings and drawings, carving away the boundaries between drawing, sculpture, collage, and installation. She lives and works in Toronto. 


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Trying something new today. I wanted to share a DIY project with you. It's not really mine. I got the template from Jessica @ How About Orange Paper Ball Ornaments. She does the project with colourful paper or just plain white.

I added my own twist and painted the paper first with watercolours. I thought that if I did some wispy brush strokes, it might add a new dimension to this project. But plain paper looks good too. If you would like more tutorials like this, please comment below. Thanks!
 Jessica has three different sizes for this project. Here, I'm using the largest template for this large watercolour paper. You need to have 12 traced out and my paper which is 22"x30" fits a dozen perfectly. I trace all 12 on the back so that I don't draw on the watercoloured side.

 Cut out all 12.

 The assembly is really easy. It locks in naturally.

Final product shown here.

Hang it up with fishing line and you're done. =)