We are a little late this week due to our personal commitments. It is better late than never! So here goes ArSa’s activity of the week.
Aarthi and I seem to love our paper cuts so much, that we are back again with a paper cut, but with a slight improvement (I should say!?! 😉 ) – paper cut with infills.
I and Aarthi seem to love paper cuts 😉 (reason being she is having a mini vacation for Ramadaan and would not be able to get a new activity done). And hence this week’s activity for Project ArSa is yet again a paper cut.
Never asked if she is a fan of MJ, but she did design a nice Michael Jackson paper cut a year or two ago. Though it was given to me for a test cut at that time, I could not do it and she had gone ahead with the main paper cut. We decided to go ahead with it as I had time for it now and she, as said, is vacationing 😉
Project ArSa is picking up and I am back again with my favourite paper cut – the half tone.
It was more than one and a half years since I had done the last half tone cut and was wondering what and when next would I do it. Project ArSa paved the way for it and I decided to take up designing one for us.
Good to see you all again in yet another paper cut art post. This one is the most special among all the paper cuts that I have done so far.
Like I had said in one of my earlier post, half tone paper cuts were something I had been dying to do since I got to know of them. While I was doing some small designs and trials of the same, our second wedding anniversary was fast approaching and left me thinking as to what I would do this year. Paper cuts being the art form that I was doing then, I decided to do a half tone paper cut of ours.
Am back with yet another paper cut related post. This time for Project ArSa. This is the second activity of our project and a simple one just yet.
I love skylines of various mega cities/metros. But the one I love the most is the New York skyline (would love to do a nice paper cut of it some day). One of Aarthi‘s friend was to relocate to India from Kuwait and she wanted to present her with a memorable gift for the times spent together in Kuwait. She came up with a Kuwait Skyline idea and decided to do a paper cut of the same.
Hope everyone is having a great summer. With activities for everyone around, I and my friend, Aarthi (do check her blog) have decided to go in for a series of activities, pertaining to arts and crafts, for ourselves over the next few months. It would be a weekly venture and would include various art forms which she/I/both haven’t taken up/tried.
This is something close to us. Living in different countries and not being able to get together to have our own arts and crafts venture, I guess this is the closest we could get as of now. It feels like a good start and I sure am looking forward for every moment of it. And so, then came the urge to have a name for this pet project of ours. We have called it – Project ArSa (with #projectArSa going with all the posts related to it).
This happens to be one of the long pending posts that needed to be penned down.
2015 Valentines was a nice surprise for the Husband. He was very impressed and quite amused. I wanted to do the same for 2016 too. Quilling was not an option as I wasn’t keen with the repetitive form. It was that time of my life where Paper Cut art form was my love (not first though 😉 ) and so decided to go with it.