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Xenomorph Mandala

There is a strange love for the Alien movie franchise in our household. An alien queen may adorn our mantlepiece, for example, and my xenomorph papercutting is close at hand! This summer, my boyfriend (Richard Scott) designed a mandala based … Continue reading

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Still Alive!

Yes, I’m still alive! I have been busy with life and science and haven’t had much time for paper cutting lately. I hope to remedy that soon! Once I submit this manuscript…  Ah well. I realized that I never posted … Continue reading

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Procrastination

The first part of my candidacy exam is at the end of this week, and I’m a bit burnt out on studying. I guess that means it’s time for an update!   Here are some recent attempts at procrastination: The … Continue reading

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Trying Something New

I have seen a lot of amazing paper art lately that utilizes only one color in the composition and/or has three-dimensional elements. I have always wanted to try something like this, and, when in Alabama with naught but index cards to … Continue reading

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Mandala 9

Working from home is both wonderful and terrible.   Lately, I have been spending my late evening hours (8pm-2am+) working.  It’s not a terrible thing, but I would rather procrastinate less during the day and have more fun at night. … Continue reading

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