kirie-ya:

Made completely out of paper!

It just needs a frame now.

krowandwolf Asked:

Hi! I was wondering if maybe you had a FAQ page on how you do you paper art. I love your paper cut outs and I've tried to do it myself for years now but the materials I use don't seem to be lasting long or work very well. It would be nice to know what materials you use and techniques you use. Do you have any tutorials? Thank you for taking your time to read this.

carolinedoodles:

Hi Friend! Thank you so much, I have to admit I love hearing that and it makes me so happy people are out there enjoying my work on the internet.

This question is one I get a lot, I’m hoping to start a small online tutorial (hopefully in the next month or so) to help people with process and materials! My best concise advice is use a thick card stock, always make sure it’s 100% acid free. Any papers made with acid will yellow, fade, and deteriorate over time. Any finished piece needs to be kept out of direct sunlight, keep in mind these are still just tiny bits of paper so they can bleach just like any piece of artwork! Basically, a thick acid free card stock will hold up better than a cheap flimsy one, also only use acid free photo-safe glue. 

Keep an eye out here for an online “class” announcemnt!  

wonkaicecream:

Straight from Willy Wonka’s factory, Peel-a-Pops can take you into a world of pure imagination

wonkaicecream:


Straight from Willy Wonka’s factory, Peel-a-Pops can take you into a world of pure imagination

auntanniescrafts:

This Week’s Friday Fun: A fun way to learn how to combine colors!
Spy Glass Color Wheel - Use red, blue and yellow cellophane to make a color wheel that teaches about combining the primary colors. Have your child see how many colors can be made by overlapping the cellophane layers. To see even more colors, the color wheel doubles as a spy glass that your child can look through to make the colors around them change.
See more at: http://www.auntannie.com/FridayFun/ColorWheel/

lowplexbooks:

Simple steps to make Christmas trees.

lowplexbooks:

Simple steps to make Christmas trees.

mayahan:

Installations Made Out of Toilet Paper by Sakir Gökçebag

(Source: design-milk.com, via paperartlove)

mayahan:

Imaginative Industrial Flying Machines Made From Cardboard by Daniel Agdag

(Source: thisiscolossal.com, via paperartlove)

carolinedoodles:

Four princesses made from cut paper for a friend’s daughter’s birthday! I’m pleased with how these ladies came out (Elsa had snowflake effects added for the final framing). Enjoy!

Hoping to edit these pictures soon and get mini prints up in the shop. Although, for now you can browse my other prints available here!

docgold13:

cut-out of ‘Aja-style’ Hawkguy showing us how to say “bro” in sign language.

Fraction & Aja’s Hawkeye #19 (the ‘sign language issue’) scheduled to hit the racks today.  can’t wait! 

(via paperclutz)

cameronpluswhitney:

"MORRIGAN AENSLAND" - by Cameron Garland of cameron+whitney

Darkstalkers fan art for Bottleneck Gallery’s “8 Bit and Beyond 2” show, hand-drawn, and hand-cut by me (Cameron Garland), entirely with paper.

This piece is a little different than what I’m used to doing with paper (and a little larger), but I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out!  The show opens tonight at 7pm and online sales begin at midnight.  That’s right, THIS PIECE IS FOR SALE!!!!  Help me make more art for you to enjoy, by purchasing my work!  I’ve had a lot of people ask about buying this one, so act fast if you want it!  Show and purchasing info can be found by going to http://www.bottleneckgallery.com

For more of my work, you can find me here:

Tumblr: cameronpluswhitney

Instagram: @campluswhit

raspomme:

Papercut art by ユリ

Permission was granted by the original artist to use these images.

(via yutaan)

dormtrends:

DIY Flower ball for your dorm room!

dormtrends:

DIY Flower ball for your dorm room!

(Source: weheartit.com)

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