Episode 105: Paper Cut Art

This week The Gals talk about the wonderful world of paper cut art and Listeners, you are going to go as crazy as they do over this stuff. You will learn a little about the history of paper cut art and he different styles. Katie gives us tips on how to improve our x-acto blade techniques and tells us more about the tools we will need.

To check out the Pintrest board for this episode click here.

Katie recommended two websites to help while learning how to created gorgeous paper cut art for yourself… here are links to those.

To learn more about the books Katie mentioned in this episode click the images below.1091358551fP59uVCmL








This is Katie’s favorite X-Acto knife (the Gripster), click the image go to the X-Acto products page where you will find all the knives!-0008-X3623-A








Our favorite cutting mat is the Vantage by Dahle. Click the image to find them in all the sizes.








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Next week The Gals will be back to talk about matting and framing your own art, so until then… make some cool shit, yo!


About 2artsygals

Podcast Producer. Artist. Writer. Cat lover. Unicorn worshiper. Narwhal enthusiast. Next level proficiency in swearing. Aging GenXer/Riot Grrrl with a True Crime fascination. I also like cheese.
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