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    I had occasion to pull these two out of my "Old Card Puzzles" bin and thought they might give you some ideas.

    Both are a little less than 5 x 7 cards and the artist is Laurel Burch. The left card is cut into very small, intricate pieces (almost 100) and the right is cut exactly along the lines of the stylized Kats. I have some extras of this right one to give to cat-loving friends. This one is cut from 1/4" cedar and the left one if from 5-ply, 1/4 " poplar.

    Hope it gives you some ideas for puzzles from certain kinds of cards.

    Phun! Carter

  • #2
    Excellent! as always.

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    • #3
      they are just the "cats-meow"....couldn't resist that one...great as always

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