This little gem hit my inbox with this story attached: "I am writing to you because one day I have found your blog on the internet and that day on the first page was Your paper project. I was fascinated by your job. It is great! So I thought that I have to try do something like that too. So I selected one photo of hundreds from my computer and I have selected my girlfriend’s portrait. I am only 17 years old but I love her. So doing her portrait was real pleasure. I truly liked doing some paper work so I am planning to do another cutting and I think I will give my second job to my girlfriend as a present on February 14th. I will send you my second job when I will finish it. I hope you will like what I have done :)"
How sweet is that? Artūras, I love what you've done.
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