The Good Kind of Papercut

7 Aug

I’ve been wanting to try some papercutting for a while, inspired by the king of papercuts Rob Ryan. A pretty papercut invitation seemed the ideal way to present the birthday treat of afternoon tea. I kept my design very simple for a first attempt. The more I cut out the more delicate the whole thing became and I was slightly terrified of ripping it. Think I’ll need a lot more practice before I rival RR but I am happy with the way my invitation turned out.

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The afternoon tea was at the lovely Pelham House in Lewes – a slightly selfish present as I got to enjoy it as well.

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Ellie

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