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Paperklip at Tiny and Small, Sydney
When you pick up one of these delicate paper cut garlands from Paperklip, you suddenly realise that someone has meticulously cut out each shape. Decorative paper chains are Melinda Andersen’s speciality. Her pretty garlands made from vintage and modern decorative papers, can be hung from just about anywhere or for any special occasion.
She conceived Paperklip after a Christmas holiday to Denmark in 2004 and has been hand cutting and assembling these garlands ever since. Her A to Z Paper Garland recently featured in LMNOP’s special Alphabet Issue (page 39 – issue 7).
Paperklip products are now stocked in a range of children’s stores and home interior retailers across Australia, but you’ll get your chance to see them at Tiny and Small this week.
Tiny and Small: The Tea House at Royal Randwick, Sydney
2 – 4 July, 2009
Visit the Magnolia Square website for more details.