'It's a poor sort of memory that only works backwards.' - Lewis Carroll This quote is from Through the Looking Glass and is my July artwork. I decided to go along with the theme and make the papercut a chessboard with chess pieces and flowers (like the talking flowers in the book). This artwork is… Continue reading Lewis Carroll Quote
'The true secret of happiness lies in taking a genuine interest in all the details of daily life.' -William Morris You may remember that last month I posted a quote and said that I thought it would be a cool idea to take a photo of quotes against the sky each month and make them… Continue reading William Morris Quote
I made this artwork as a present recently. I actually designed the dreamcatcher almost a year ago, but I didn't have a reason to cut it out until now. I framed the piece in a clear frame. I always like doing that because it shows that the artwork is cut out of paper. I use… Continue reading Dreamcatcher Papercut
I've finally finished painting the cupboards in the laundry at my house! Don't ask me how long it took because I have no idea, and I don't really want to know. If you haven't seen my previous post about painting these cupboards, why don't you have a look: Painting Flowers on Cupboard Doors I seem to… Continue reading Painted Cupboards
I have recently been painting the cupboard doors in the laundry. My mum always wanted to paint them with flowers, but she's never had time to do it, so I've decided to try.
I made these artworks for three of my teachers last year as a thank you for teaching and putting up with me.
Theses are cards that I made for some of my relatives recently. They are both my own original designs and handcut from paper using a scalpel. This rose card was for my aunt. The colours are added beneath the cut black paper, and then I attached another black piece of paper to the inside, so… Continue reading Roses and Patterned Cards