I've pretty much finished the kirigami papercut ornaments for this season. This year I've made a hundred small ones and only a couple dozen larger ones.
Here are some more designs I've cut recently:
I'm trying to get my displays built because they will be going up in the three holiday bazaar locations I've arranged for this year. This is the display unit I used last year at the Chandler Holiday Bazaar. I may use it again for the larger mandalas.
This little tree comes apart for easy transport. Kind of unsteady, though. I'm looking for a better solution.
I'm experimenting with this new idea: Using a tomato cage turned upside down and painted gold for a kind of tree-hanger. We'll see how this works. Takes up space in the car, though.
Normally I am cutting kirigami all through the holiday season - my yearly oblation to this beloved craft. But this year I am so far behind in my other art obligations that I need to work more on other things: cards, prints, katubot, logos, scratchboard, wearables, and adult coloring. Oy. I do too many diverse things!
Stay tuned. Much more to come.