Papercut Stationery


Now these are the kind of cards you’d hang on to.

I am such an admirer of papercut work for the sheer amount of loving attention and time it takes to create. It’s the kind of thing I wish I spent my free time doing– cutting clever crafty cards to send to loved ones– but I’ve had to accept that I never will, and instead I’m glad to find artists like Ashley Pahl who make pretty things like this and sell them to ADD people like me!

PS – Bunting is already one of the best things ever, how freaking cute is it in miniature on a notecard??



One Response to “Papercut Stationery”
  1. kathryn says:

    love these! i too always hope that i will have the time, attention, and patience to create lovely cards. alas, i always run out of time or steam. thank goodness for people like these!

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