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- n. The art of cutting continuous paper designs. The art work often has symmetry within the design. The art tradition was founded in Switzerland and Germany in the 1500s and was brought to Colonial America in the 1700s by immigrants who settled primarily in Pennsylvania.
How do you pronounce "scherenschnitte," the art of intricate paper cutting?
September 18, 2008 at 6:41 am scherenschnitte is one form of paper cutting craft.
Do you know anything about the history of scherenschnitte?
When I was in preschool, my poetry books and readers were all illustrated with scherenschnitte, and my mother kept a calendar in the corner where she read that depicted holidays and the four seasons and so on in scherenschnitte.
Ursula Dunnewind of Kansas City practices the art of scherenschnitte or, paper cutting.
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Enniewae, scherenschnitte sownz laik rilly bad werd whut u uze when ur kitnz is bein’ bad an’ u maekin’ dem goze to tyme-owt.
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