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« on: February 08, 2010 02:01:56 PM »

Hello all, sorry my first post isn't more exciting, but I've been lurking for some time, and been inspired to try papercutting for the first time by creating something special for my valentine! Thing is, now I've done a practice run, I'm not sure how to finish/present it. I guess it needs sticking somehow, and putting under glass. Is the spray glue a good idea, can anyone give me any advice before I mess it up? As I say, It is sposed to be a practice run, but it has come out pretty nice (even if I do say so myself) and I might keep this one for myself. It is quite intricate - tree with lots of leaves involved.

Also, do boys like framed stuff? Does that scare them? Will he think he has to display it somewhere, but hate it...? Huh

Thanks in advance for any framing advice.
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