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Fashion Story by Michelle

Ever since her encounter in Vietnam about a year and a half ago Julie decided to take it upon herself and master this art and sell it to the public. While taking a look at her different products any onlooker can tell the amount of time taken into account in order to make each of these unique cards. Julie described how these cards could attract the eye through the designs kinetic movement as the card opens up and the structure pops up, something that only could be achievable through the use of hand made art. This was her reasoning as to why she does not mass-produce her cards but only makes them by hand with her team. While looking at the many designs that were laid out in front of me, varying from a Ferris wheel to a teddy bear, I could clearly see what Julie meant when she said that machines could not replicate these designs.