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Paper Wall Pockets

From the look of this blog you'd think I wasn't doing any art. Actually I have been, just not posting much here. So I'll show and tell you about my current artistic creations: paper wall pockets.  Each starts with a substrate of some sort of paper made into a pocket that can hold dried flowers or other lightweight objects. The pocket paper base has ranged from khadi paper to upcycled empty toilet paper paper rolls. All get layers of matte medium, collage, and paint. Some also get acrylic ink for an aged look. I may adorn them with a fringe of sari silk ribbon, or a beaded wire hanger (or both!) Each one gets hours of attention and intuitive creativity. I love them all. Scroll down to see some of my favorites. Note: All original photos, images, and text on this page are my own, copyrighted by me. If you want to add them to a social website such as Pinterest, please only do so if you credit the photographer (Randi Kuhne) and if you link to this page, I appreciate it! If you

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