PC #350: Polish Folk Art

Interesting! Last week I used Chinese paper cutting to teach following directions and to introduce prepositions to my students. And now, I received a beautiful card containing Polish paper cutting from my friend Kama! She wrote children in Poland learn this type of paper cutting since kindergarten. Chinese paper cutting, on the other hand, used to represent social status. Women were judged according to their paper cutting skills in ancient time. The Japanese also love paper cutting, their art is called kirigami. As for us, we have our own version, the paggawa ng parol or lantern-making. I love art, it’s fun if it involves a pair of scissors! Haha

Polish Folk Art

Beautiful stamps used:

Thank you so much, Kama! 🙂


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