Category: Process

20 Jun

Wearable Paper Art in Blue

Last week felt productive in the studio when I finally finished two of the three wearable art pieces. I cut the remaining blue flower bits and figured out how to bring it all together into a necklace using wire, beads, and a pre-made metal neck-sized ring that I found at DeSerres. I could have done […]

15 Jun

Commissions: Paper Cut J

It’s been ages since I last took on a commission, or made a custom paper cut letter. Last week a client reached out through Etsy to inquire about having a letter cut and sent in a short turn around time to the UK. I loved making this J as it was a lovely shape to […]

08 Jun

Blue Bits and Pretty Scraps

This week I’ve switched projects again and I’m back working on paper wearable number two, or is it three?! There are definitely three of these on the go, but I think I originally started this second, and the red one first. I still need to go back to that first paper wearable and get it […]

06 Jun

Wearable Triangles Progress

Up until recently I got a little sidetracked by working on my website rather than in the studio. But last week I made some major progress on the triangle wearable. The photo above is of the first version from a few weeks ago, and the second photo (positioned in a spiral) was after I added […]

09 May

Work in Progress: Wearable Paper Art Part 2

These lovely red things are what I started working on after I set aside the cut paper strips. I love these so much, but it may be the colour, because red is my favourite. I started by cutting about twelve or so, and then cut another bunch to bring the number up to thirty. It’s […]

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