Your children or even your adult friends will be amazed at how a few simple cuts can make a paper into beautiful shapes of objects, flowers, and animals.It is a great way to train kids' ability of using hands and scissors and cultivate their creativity. Paper cutting can be seen in many parts of China during the Spring Festival. People paste patterns on the window, door lintel or desks for the festival atmosphere. Paper cutting is all made by hand. It is easy to learn the rudiments. It can be one piece of paper or many pieces. Simple patterns can be cut with a knife/scissors. For complicated patterns, people first pasted the pattern on the paper and then used various kinds of knives to make it. No mistake can be made during the process otherwise the work would fail. Paper cutting covers nearly all topics, from flowers, birds, animals, legendary people, figures in classic novels, to types of facial make-up in Peking opera. Paper cutting has various styles in different parts of China.Paper Cutting for Kids is a collection of over 50 (more is coming in later updates) different types of easy paper cutting for kids to learn and train their versatility of hands. It's very easy to get started and there are step by step illustrations of each paper cutting.
|File Size||38.3 MB|
|System Requirements||Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later. iTunes account required|