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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 icon smile The Mystery Box.

Little Red Box by Elsa Mora The Mystery Box.

Little Red Paper Box by Elsa Mora The Mystery Box.

Paper art by elsa mora The Mystery Box. Paper Box by elsa mora The Mystery Box.

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… ;) 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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