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How to Make a Kirigami Piano Card
On behalf of TVLesson.com, my name is Sherie Tengbergen. I'm a professional artist with the WatercolorGourmet.com. In this clip, I'm going to show you how to make a Kirigami cutout piano card. And you’re seeing an example right here.
Now the first thing I have to do is take a white pencil on my black paper and kind of mark real quickly my pattern down so that I know where I have to cut. And this can be done very quickly. And then I'm going to go ahead and start cutting out my grand piano. Now you can put this grand piano on any color background that you may like. It’s up to you. So I'm ready to start cutting. I'm going to go ahead and start cutting right here on my grand piano.
The first thing is the back lay cutting that around, and continue cutting the front. I like to try to cut just a little bit inside the white lines so that you don’t see that white markings. You see how important it is to tore your paper as you're cutting it. It just makes it so much easier. You get a good cut on your paper. Now I'm using just regular black construction paper here and that’s why I like to use for most of my things but you can use wrapping paper. You could use Oriental rice paper if you want. It’s really pretty much up to you.
And now I'm almost finished cutting out my piano so I'm just going to finish this last little part here in that way. And now, I'm going to put this one on red paper so I'm going to go ahead. Here’s my glue stick, turn this over and start just gluing down a few parts, just a little bit of glue here. You turn this over, lay it in place and you see that you’ve got another Kirigami grand piano card.
On behalf of TVLesson.com, this is Sherie Tengbergen and thank you for watching.