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Paper-cut Christmas Card

Pare back your Christmas wishes and embrace a natural aesthetic with this stylish paper cut and ink card. It may be the season of sparkle and excess, but we think that this rustic approach is a great alternative to traditional festive fare. Choose your favourite wrapping paper or create your own to give a bespoke edge, then use your calligraphy skills to further enhance the design.

  • Paper-cut Christmas Card
  • Paper-cut Christmas Card
  • Paper-cut Christmas Card
  • Paper-cut Christmas Card
You’ll need
    • Card blank
    • Kraft Paper
    • Pencil
    • Dip pen
    • Ink
    • Scalpel or sharp scissors
    • Glue
    1. Use your dip pen and ink to create a simple repeat pattern on a piece of Kraft paper paper, or use patterned Christmas paper if you prefer.

    2. Turn the paper over and fold in half. Draw the template on the back using a pencil, with the fold on the left. Using a scalpel or scissors, carefully cut out your design.

    3. Glue the motif onto a blank. Create depth and extra detail using the dip pen and ink.

 
 
Paper-cut Christmas Card

Pare back your Christmas wishes and embrace a natural aesthetic with this stylish paper cut and ink card. It may be the season of sparkle and excess, but we think that this rustic approach is a great alternative to traditional festive fare. Choose your favourite wrapping paper or create your own to give a bespoke edge, then use your calligraphy skills to further enhance the design.

You’ll need
    • Card blank
    • Kraft Paper
    • Pencil
    • Dip pen
    • Ink
    • Scalpel or sharp scissors
    • Glue
    1. Use your dip pen and ink to create a simple repeat pattern on a piece of Kraft paper paper, or use patterned Christmas paper if you prefer.

    2. Turn the paper over and fold in half. Draw the template on the back using a pencil, with the fold on the left. Using a scalpel or scissors, carefully cut out your design.

    3. Glue the motif onto a blank. Create depth and extra detail using the dip pen and ink.