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My name is Tina Roth Eisenberg. I am a 'swiss designer gone NYC'. swissmiss is my visual archive of things that 'make me look'. I am a graphic designer and run my own studio in Brooklyn. Contact me if you would like to team up, have a link suggestion or just want to say hello: submissions {at} swiss-miss.com.

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BB

That turned out fantastic. :)

trisha

beautiful.

Jorge García Cárdenas

Me encanta!!! Sois los mejores.

I love it!!! You're the best!

Michelle

Fantastic! What a great idea, perfect Swiss ambiance ;-) My nieces will love it, thank you.

Daan

Tina you made me so happy with this. Even happier if the skyline was Bern, but hey...
bluetbadbullschittläärloufmagerquark happens!

P.

This is so amazing! I love it - thank you.

Megan

Pretty! I downloaded the .pdf, and it looks like I have two pages of pg 1 and 2 superimposed over each other. Anyone else have this problem, or is it just me??

Hayley

Oh my, I do love a paper project!

Although I'm having the same issue as Megan, when I download the pdf I get two pages, both displaying the shapes to cut out sitting on top of the instructions.

Courtney

I LOVE this! And I love this blog.

swissmiss

I am sorry some of you had issues with superimposed images. It should be fixed now.

Hayley

Thankyou! Works perfectly :)

Jing

What a brilliant project! Thanks for sharing!

Lotta

Thank you!!! That is so beautiful :D

shotspot

phenomenal! winter greetings from Switzerland.

alice

How wonderful! I found that the grey outline of the template was too faint and didn't show up properly on either of my printers but as the PDF doesn't have any security settings I was able to boost the contrast by exporting the file out in Acrobat Prof 8. Going to give it a go later. Thank you!

swissmiss

Alice, I am sorry you had a problem printing the skyline. I made the second page outlines darker. Should be fine now.

Marlies

From one Swiss Miss to another, thank you very much for the lovely idea and pdf file.

Marlies

MostEmailedNews.com

That is really really cool. Not something I would ever actually do, but nonetheless really really cool.

- T


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Rachel

WOW, this is stunning! I love it! I'll be linking.

Lir

Oww, my eyes – I should have waited for the darker-outline version! But it looks fantastic, thank you.

stephanie

This is brilliant. I can't wait to make one!

gotfrugal.com

I love ideas such as this one! Thanks for making the template available for download, as well as the ambiance soundtrack - will have to wait for a quiet moment to attempt this project!

www.gotfrugal.com

Rafael Macho

This is hilarious Tina!! I was thinking to do the clementine candle holder, remember that one in Switzerland?!

jen cog

LOVE IT.
Now where is my Exacto? Oh, Tanner has it!
xo
J

Laura S

This was such a fun, pretty project! I love silhouettes and candlelight, and I got some much needed exacto cutting practice. I ruined the peaceful ambience by adding a black construction paper monster looming over the mountains...but my son really enjoys it! I put the result up on my flickr - quimbymouse12.

Pippa

That is so so cool! And thanks for sharing how to make it. My sister lived in Switzerland for a little while. Not that you should be interested - I just wanted to share! :o)

Karen

How very fun! Thanks for sharing a great project! Here is mine to add to your collection:

https://flickr.com/photos/1bluemoon/3103575740/

littlem

Oh this is gorgeous. Thanks!

ire

i tried, and it's great! thank you!!!!

kellybelly

I just uploaded the photos from my attempt:
https://flickr.com/photos/kellybelly/tags/alpenglow

I got a bit impatient with cutting out the pieces, so a few bits 'n bobs are missing. Plus, I folded the tabs back the wrong way so everything is backwards. I still think it turned out pretty cool!

L

What type of paper should I use for best results? I don't see that in the instructions. I'm assuming copier paper would be too flimsy?

melinda

good stuff...love the tea light action

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