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Thank you all for your reply (both via personal emails and this list). I'll
compose a summary soon to share all the wonderful ideas with you.
Just a quick note: yes, you can xerox or scan the papercuts, but they are no
longer papercuts anymore! :-) The essence of papercuts is the "cut" not the
paper! :-) (especially those delicate cuts, you have to handle it to believe
it!), Just as you can take a picture of a painting or of a beanie baby, but
the picture is not a painting nor a beanie baby. :-)
>I just visited a Chinese papercut web site (www.sci-net.net/artsofchina).
>colorful site. Worth checking out.
>I would like to use the papercuts in my arts class. Here are my ideas.
>pressed on a window
>Since my school is an Arts alternative school, I was wondering how other
>teachers in my school could use them in their classes. (I would like to have
>other teachers help pay for them.)
>Any ideas out there?