The cover of this book appealed to me because of it’s clean, textured, earth toned material with one simple symbol on the front cover. Usually I am all about color but the cover of this book is just soothing.
This cute little book is a biographical and critical study by Jean Leymarie, translated from the French by Stuart Gilbert. Camille Corot was a French painter born July 16, 1796. Maybe his work has to be viewed lifesize in a museum not all scrunched up in a small book. This is one of his paintings that I liked the most. Souvenir of Mortefontaine, 1864. Louvre, Paris
Then it was just fun with the book cover.
As I was looking through this Kirigami book by Jeffrey Rutzky I decided to try making the heartflake since this is the month of February.
According to the book this is an adaptation of a design by Cindy Higham. It starts off with a starburst fold and now I will try to take you through the steps to make this heartflake. Goodluck. 🙂
I should have erased the 6 inch markings but since I did not, just ignore them for the rest of the time.
Fold to the right along the dotted line.
And then fold the same flap back, in half.
Now fold the far right bottom up the the left along side the crease.
Then fold the same flap back, in half the other way.
Draw out the red pattern onto your starburst fold and cut the white parts away.
I used scrapbook paper which was a little too thick so all of my folds didn’t quite reach as far as they should have so two of my corners were squared off instead of pointy but that is no big deal.