I have wanted to try this technique ever since Jane Dunnewold's article in Quilting Arts about July last year. As I am still feeling a bit low and certainly lacking any urge to be creative I thought I would just have a play and try it today.
Basically you work with a 5" square of black craft paper and cut out shapes with a craft knife or scissors. Shapes are then reversed as if they have been folded out on a hinge.
One rule is to keep the corners intact.
Quite like these ones
Some worked and some didn't and I'm not sure how I will move forward on this technique although there is something percolating in the far reaches of my creative brain which may come to fruition.
Shapes need to be more balanced I think in this one.
This one needed more detail but too fiddly for me with craft knife and sticky glue fingers.
Think I prefer working with fabric. Have any of you tried this technique as well?