'Tis the time of year to make kirigami papercuts. Every year when the weather gets cold, I spend about a month or so cutting kirigami snowflakes, ornaments, and mandalas. Each year they get more detailed as I slow down and enjoy myself.
I've decided to do some tall ornaments this year. (These can be used as bookmarks too.) They are about 2.5 x 7 inches and have been laminated to protect them and help them last for many years. Here are the ones I made in the past two night-studio sessions - about four movies worth. They will be for sale at Arjuna and at the Chandler Holiday Bazaar in Randolph, VT.