This is very different for me to blog non-wearable items, but the Papercut shop (http://papercutdiecut.etsy.com) is just so brilliant I have to share. I’ve been buying little bits and pieces and getting an idea for the design in my studio, s0 one of these pictures may well be gracing my walls at some point after the move. The sister shop http://suili.etsy.com is just as brilliant- full of crochet flowers! I am loving wool based artificial flowers at the moment, but more to come on that at a later date.
The cutouts are made by a chinese paper cutting method, I just love the intricate details and delicacy of them. So here are some of my favourites from Papercut!