Stay Wild

Finally… The last project for my Wild Child papercut series.

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I made this one months ago but haven’t gotten the chance to post this until today.

Papercut:
4×4 in.
Pink cardstock
115 gsm

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Frame:
from Regalong Pambahay
Double glass
6×6 in.
Brown floral border

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I just love how the frame’s border is also printed with wild flowers!

Now that this series is complete, I can move on to another one. Thinking of a project that’s inspired by a bestselling book. Any guesses which one it’d be? 😉

Before I end this post, let me show you the cleaning tool I use after messing up my worktable with pieces of paper. Cute huh? :))

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This piece is for sale, by the way. Contact me for details 🙂

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Let Your Hair Down (The Wild Child Series)

Second papercut out of my Wild Child series. Took me less than an hour to make this one.

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At first glance, this may look intricate, but it’s actually easy to make. I based my drawing on a clipart I saw online and just added some flower details. And of course, the “wild child” script. You will notice that I used a lot of curves and a few holes in this project. TIP: when cutting delicate lines, make sure you cut the insides (i.e. holes, loops in letters, etc.) first before cutting the outside parts. This will help prevent the paper from tearing.

Just a thought: this papercut may actually pass as a logo for Papel de Pinay, don’t you think? 🙂