from89:

Cut Paper Illustrations by Zim & Zou

staceyknights:

#Bagsie project - bag number 2 

So many feathers!

Gluing the wings onto the bag was hands down the most stressful few hours ever, I was terrified of mucking it up and having to start all over again!

turecepcja:

Ines Seidel born 1972 is a Germany-based artist which uses books as the background in a landscape. Crisscrossing the landscape with string, Seidel embeds rocks, fastens folded packets of paper, and stitches independently cut words into the book.

mayahan:

Paper Crafts by Estudio Guardabosques

(Source: behance.net)

motleymakery:

DIY Paper Scrap Wall Art:
Great Tutorial from Patricia Zapata, on A Little Hut.

motleymakery:

DIY Paper Scrap Wall Art:

Great Tutorial from Patricia Zapata, on A Little Hut.

cameronpluswhitney:

In case y’all missed it on my Instagram (@campluswhit), here are a couple of other small pieces I had with me at ECCC last weekend.  These guys went fast at the con!  I was a bit sad a lot of people didn’t get to see them in person, but happy they sold and found good homes!  I’ll be doing a bunch of commissions in frames this size starting up in a bit, so keep your eyes peeled for that post!

(via paperclutz)

sweatyapple:

Easter Egg papercut card design. Machine cut.

1. The original designs were calligraphic sketches. Some of my egg shapes are pretty sad.

2. Brought the designs into Photoshop and warped the one I liked to fit a proper egg shape and saved out a new image

3. Opened the new image to trace in my Silhouette Cameo software. Unfortunately I had to get rid of some of the flourishes at the tips of the letters because they’d rip. The Cameo’s bezier paths are a bit annoying to use, mostly because I kept selecting the background image by accident instead of the path. If anyone knows of a way to lock the background, I’d appreciate the tip. Next time I should just try using Illustrator and importing it.

3. Let the machine do the cutting! I used to love doing papercuts by hand, but I just don’t have the time now. And this machine is easy to use and inexpensive. Peeling it off the special sticky board is a process that requires a lot of care, but the quality is worth the time.

4. Layered it with a few other background color so the text would be easier to read.

(via paperclutz)

craftjunkie:

Easter Egg Card {Tutorial}
Found at: instructables

craftjunkie:

Easter Egg Card {Tutorial}

Found at: instructables

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