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Penn State Research Magazine Paper Cuts

I am so excited to finally share my latest paper cuts with you! This summer, I was commissioned to create three paper cut illustrations for a story about the evolution of skin color in the Penn State Research magazine. The story … Continue reading

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Wedding commission – paper cat!

I was recently commissioned to make a papercut of someone’s cat for their wedding gift. Here are the results! Curious about how this came together? Watch a “making-of” video here: These make great gifts–for weddings, anniversaries, or birthdays. Pets or people work great…or … Continue reading

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Not-Paper or, How to Make Trees

So…would you like to know how to make trees out of a Cheez-Its box? Okay, let’s back up a little. In the middle of April I decided on a whim to make a diorama. Like a shoe-box diorama. Random, I … Continue reading

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Peacock + the Littlest Zebra

My friend’s birthday rolled around on September 1st and, while she has always been supportive of my paper art, she has somehow never seen any of it in person! I had to remedy the situation, so I made her this: While … Continue reading

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New Paper Portrait + WIP Video

I decided to make the most of a movie night and break out the paper once again! I am glad I found some time to do so; life has been rather hectic around here. But on to the good stuff: … Continue reading

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I like tiny things.

As many people in my life are well aware, I like tiny things. A lot.  For example, here is a tiny octopus: What’s not to like?      (via Super Punch) I also seem to have quite a few tiny figurines … Continue reading

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Paper Woman + WIP Video

As fortune has it,  both of my current jobs are incredibly flexible, and I can create my own schedule every day.  This is both amazing and extraordinarily dangerous.  Take yesterday for example; I returned home from one job and was … Continue reading

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