Friday, March 26, 2010



Here is the last papercutting I did. By the way is it “paper cutting” or “papercutting”? I never know. The last tip I can give you is that when you’re cutting curves turn the paper, not the knife. You can break the tip of the blade very easily and by turning the paper it should last a little longer and (hopefully) make a smoother cut! Happy Friday and Happy Crafting!

PS: If you do cut one of my patterns send me a picture – I’d love to see it!


Kelley said...

HEllo from FF~ hope you have a great weekend.

Kimberly said...

These are just so pretty! I've never attempted papercutting... it looks difficult, but oh so pretty. I always enjoy seeing what you'll come up with next. Hope your weekend is full of joy and crafting.
Your friend in Blogland,

Unknown said...

Following back from Friday Follow

Julie said...

You do such great work Kim. I love seeing what you've made and being able to touch it and really see. You do amazing work. I'm thinking the next time you stop out you need to help me make a paper cutting so that I can at least learn how to hold the knife right. I'm sure I'm upside down and backwards since I can't cut out an Easter egg let alone a flower.
I'll talk to you tomorrow. Have a great evening at Carmon's. Take care!

FranticMommy said...

Happy Friday Follow. Love your blog and thanks for stopping by mine! :)

FranticMommy said...

OMG! I just noticed you are in Crosby! I live in baxter and work in Brainerd! Too funny! It's a relife to know there a few bloggers in our area. Not many..but a few. Hope to hear from you soon!

yonca said...

Those are so pretty! Have a wonderful weekend!

Stephanie @ Figments said...

Hi from a late FF. New follower!

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Mrs. Sanchez said...

LOVE this tip!!! Found your blog via FF and am following.

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