Decorative Vector Ornaments: Papercut 095
Here is papercut 095 of my 100-day-long papercutting project. (Using the “922 Decorative Vector Ornaments” book for inspiration, and adapting the images for papercutting, then practising by cutting out 100 designs in 100 days.)
This one didn’t take long to cut. Not even half an episode of “The Bestseller Experiment” podcast, so maybe less than 20 minutes?
This one is a bit more Art Deco than Art Nouveau, so I’m not as big a fan of it as some of the other designs in the book, but I still like it.
The tiny holes may look a bit scrappy, but considering they’re smaller than the hole in the side of my pen (see photo above), I’m still quite pleased with them. And the two big leaves on the bottom are cut quite smoothly. (Especially the one on the left.)
Oh! I’ve just found another blog where someone has made 100 papercuts in 100 days!
Melissa McFeeters’ blog is here, and she created some brilliant artworks made from paper. They are lovely!