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CarolynF
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CarolynF
75 days ago
 
Has anyone else tried papercutting? Our WI Crafts group decided we'd have a go, none of us had tried it before. It took a lot of concentration (and time, I had to finish mine at home) but it was fun to do.

  
Meerkats
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Meerkats
77 days ago
 
That is beautiful Carolyn I suppose you would have to have a real sharp craft knife to do that. Are you going to put it on a special card or frame it. Linda x.
  
maryliz
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maryliz
77 days ago
 
My goodness that is intricate....not only sharp knife or cutting tool needed but good eye sight too......it is lovely Carolyn. Mary
  
PinkPuppy
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PinkPuppy
76 days ago
 
I have for a lng time wanted to give this craft a go, but not had time to try it yet, as like you say it’s time consuming and you need to concentrate to save yr fingers too πŸ˜‚πŸ˜†

Yours is brilliant, are you now hooked?
  
maritrez
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maritrez
76 days ago
 
Really time consuming, but well worth the effort. Looks fantastic!
  
CarolynF
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CarolynF
76 days ago
 
Thank you ladies, I will definitely do some more πŸ˜ƒ. I've put it in a clip frame, just need a hook to hang it up on now then it will go on the wall of my craft room.
  
Crafty nannie
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Crafty nannie
76 days ago
 
That's lovely carolyn, I bought a book about it many years ago it was done on black paper , however the craft knife and my unsteady hand put me off. I would love to be able to manage that . Thanks for sharing
  
purplelisa
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purplelisa
75 days ago
 
Very nice Carolyn looks fabulous xx
  
Towst
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Towst
73 days ago
 
It looks great Carolyn. I think it's something I would have done when I was younger, I liked intricate things, like I taught myself calligraphy long before it was popular and as a child spent hours with rulers and protractors and a compass drawing the most intricate of patterns but now I don't have as good eye sight and I have a bit of arthritis in my fingers so they tend to cramp up very easily. I'm afraid I'd just do that on my cricut machine now 😒


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