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Lake of the Isles is one of the jewels of the Minneapolis area. Part of the Minneapolis Chain of Lakes, Lake of the Isles tops the northern end of a lively, green park, lined with trails, picnic grounds, and beaches, in an area that's been set aside as park land for nearly 200 years. To this day, kayaks and small sailed crafts dot the horizon on summer days, and there's almost always a steady stream of walkers, runners, skaters, and bikers along the trail.

This is an original, layered papercut piece, handmade in Minnesota, in your choice of color this one is in a soft set of Teal blues), and featuring the beautiful Lake of the Isles.

This unique piece is intricately cut from five layers of high quality, acid-free cardstock. The top layer is a bright white, while the layers underneath are in ever-darker shades of color. Because this piece is handmade, it will differ very slightly from piece pictured here. The back is titled, signed and dated as an original piece.

The work measures 8 x 10 inches (about 20 x 25 cm), and is about 1/8" thick. It will be sent to you carefully wrapped and supported to ensure it arrives safely.

Check out the fifth photo in this listing for all available color sets and be sure to mention your color choice in the message to seller upon checkout.

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Lake of the Isles - original 8 x 10 papercut art in your choice of color



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cardstock, colored cardstock, paper, adhesive
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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