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Posted by on Oct 10, 2013 in Blog, Categories (1), Paper, Papercutting | 15 comments

The Mystery Box.

The Mystery Box.

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Here is something that I made with paper. It starts up by being a little box with a skirt on the front. But then, as you start opening the box, a mysterious woman with a cat appears. She is holding a big hair comb. Why is the woman there? What is she going to do with the comb? Why is the cat smiling? …

I made this just for fun. ┬áBecause sometimes I need to drop all the “serious” things that I am doing, so I can get lost in the silly side of my brain :)

Little Red Box by Elsa Mora

Little Red Paper Box by Elsa Mora

Paper art by elsa mora Paper Box by elsa mora

15 Comments

  1. Elsa—-This “silly side” of your brain is a treat to see! I love this whimsy! Fabulous!!Thank you for sharing it with us!

  2. I literally just looked at this box on Etsy, and there it is again as I open up my Facebook account. Mysterious indeed… ­čśë love, Elzemieke.
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  3. This is wonderful. I have a thing for matchboxes and love to make them too. This must be a wonderful story starter for your children! :-)
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    • Yes, Doda! I like the idea of mystery boxes as a story starter for my children :) I will ask them to create some stories with the next one I make.
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  4. i love the little cat! Such a smirky little fellow!

  5. I love this box…love all the pattern and texture and the little surprise kitty. And it’s very mysterious indeed! :)
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  6. Dear Elsita,
    Your mastery of this artform make whimsy into FINE ART!!
    I am so blown away by your talent!

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