Our favourite paper cutting Instagram feeds
Every month we love to explore the beautiful Instagram feeds of crafters and share our favourites with you. This month it's the turn of the paper cutters! It was so hard to narrow them down, but here are our favourites…
Sarah King has mastered the use of colour infills behind her papercuts and uses them to create glorious pieces of art - usually on a seaside theme. I am a little bit in awe of how thin she cuts those curvy lines!
Nature abounds in Emily Brown's papercuts - both animals and plants, cut with immaculate precision usually in dark colours against a pristine white background.
Matisse Hales' papercuts are bright and layered (the 'f' I chose here is one of the more muted designs). She recently did a series on the alphabet with a different letter in each post, and they are so vibrant and creative - and so different to the usual types of papercuts.
The versatility of paper is demonstrated here in J. Meex's layered shadowbox designs. Each one makes you feel like you're peeking into another world!
Not a papercutter, but a collection of amazing papercutting work from around the world. Take a look and be prepared to be blown away by the talent out there!
One of the most well known paper cutters around, Rob Ryan's work is full of charm and those little details that make you smile. You can now purchase his paper cut images on almost anything!
Samantha A Sherring makes her beautiful floral papercuts even more pretty by adding watercolour, which lifts them to another level altogether. She also has a shop of lovely papercut templates to buy, which I mentioned in my last post, 8 Etsy shops for beautiful paper cutting templates.
I love the use of photography as much as the paper cutting here. The style of the papercuts themselves as well as they way they are presented reminds me of traditional shadow puppets. So beautiful.
What a talented bunch! Do head over to their feeds to see more of their work and maybe find some new accounts to follow?