We didn't cut the sheets, but framed them in circular cut-outs to highlight the intimate nature of the images. The second sheet, with Mickey and Minnie behind the fan, is really fun -- the lips almost touching, etc.
Mickey & Minnie Pencils
The problem with the framing was that the images ended up in the wrong order. I thought the image of Mickey and Minnie behind the fan should have been on the bottom, with the two of them looking at each other on the top... One of these days, I'll fix it...
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From “Ye Olden Days” (1933). Two images of Mickey and Minnie framed in circular cut-outs. 2-hole paper. (Top): Excellent image. 2-hole paper. NOTE: "109” in lower right. (Bottom): Slight crease upper left. Notes: "88" lower right. A Mickey Mouse film directed by Bert Gillett. [Item: 2 @ 12"W x 9.5"H. 2-Hole; Cut out: Oval 6”W x 5”H; Frame: 18”W x 23.5”H] SeqID-0051 7/27/2005