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[BKARTS] VALENTINE PUZZLE PURSE



Good point, Annabel,

Bet there's someone on BookArts that has an answer.

Cheers.
Alice
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From:    Annabel <annabelkina@xxxxxxxxx 
Subject: Re: VICTORIAN PUZZLE PURSE (c.1790) 

Great idea, Alice! 

I only wonder why they keep calling it "Victorian" if it is dated back to the 18th and early 19th centuries... 

Yours, 
Annabel 
http://sciuro.livejournal.com 
annabelkina@xxxxxxxxx 
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Vademecum! 
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On Feb 11, 2008 6:08 PM, alice Simpson alicesimpson@xxxxxxx wrote:
 
In celebration of  Valentine's Day, Origami Resource Center has an interesting article and instructions for 
making a Victorian Puzzle Purse. 
 
http://www.origami-resource-center.com/valentine-puzzle-purses.html 
 
Included in the article is my Valentine 2005, based on this 1790 design, which was featured in Bound & Lettered 
Magazine. 
 
http://www.alicesimpson.com/victorianpuzzlepurse.pdf 
Cheers,

 
																																																				   
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