I cut a pattern out of tissue paper that rustled and crinkled like an autumn leaf.
Melanie pushed the tissue paper aside and gazed adoringly at the Dior bag she had splurged on for her 37th birthday.
But instead of frilly unmentionables under the tissue paper, there were pages and pages of printed-out signatures and comments.
Turning once more to the bureau, the Girl took out a small parcel done up in tissue paper and began to unwrap it.
She lined the hat with, tissue paper and then, put it on his head again.
And in his drawer, among his handkerchiefs, he kept it, wrapped tenderly in tissue paper.
Which goes to prove that the "tissue paper world" is yet of heroic fibre.
This is done on the thinnest of Japanese tissue paper in black indelible ink.
She was cutting and folding and pinning her tissue paper, oblivious of any presence.
The floor was littered with tissue paper, broken cardboard-boxes, empty toilet-bottles, and all the disarray of departure.