Karuna Chauhan is a Paper­craft Artist

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Cosmo: Tell us about your hobby. Karuna Chauhan: “I’ve been pas­sion­ate about

crafts ever since I was a kid. As a paper­craft artist, I use var­i­ous kinds of craft sup­plies and

tools to make hand­made in­vites, 2-D and 3-D greet­ing cards, quilled pa­per art, scrap­books, book marks, wall hang­ings and home decor prod­ucts.”

C: How long have you been do­ing this? KC: “I’ve been a sta­tion­ary hoarder all through child­hood and was of­ten scolded by my par­ents for it. I loved do­ing things with pa­per. I re­vis­ited this love in 2009 when I re­lo­cated to Ben­galuru, and had lots

of spare time. While I did it to kill time back then, now I find it to be a great stress buster and a way to

keep my cre­ativ­ity and imag­i­na­tion alive.” C: What’s the coolest thing about paper­craft? KC: “That I get to ex­plore my cre­ativ­ity and chal­lenge

my­self to try new, quirky and crazy craft ideas by mix­ing dif­fer­ent tech­niques, medi­ums and art forms I

have learnt over the years.”


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