I love the way the “fur” came out in this piece.
I had to pock soooooooo many little holes on the paper to create this effect!
But I am happy that I did it. I think that it adds so much dimension to the surface.
The two pictures above make me smile 🙂
Because the tiny illuminated freckles remind me of Christmas!
Yay!! They make me really happy 🙂
This piece is beautifully framed and available for purchase on my Etsy store.
The paper is not glued to the background, instead, it’s suspended between two pieces
of glass to create the shadows.
It looks really special in person 🙂
SOLD OUT (Thank you!)
oh wow, what a great idea. Love it!
so out of this world beautiful!
i love love love the paper fur
Beautiful! The little holes really turn it into a sculpture.
This is lovely indeed. There is a side for smooth and calm, and one for prickly fur, depending on your mood.
This is lovely. Great work!
That’s soooo beautiful!
Well, actually all your papercuttings are beautiful, gorgeous, etc, etc, etc… But this fur detail is awesome!
Wonderfully creative texture…love it!!!!!
so beautiful Elsa…!I love the fur texture!!!
This is fantastic!!!!I LOVE it Elsita! :0) xxx
What a nice piece! Your papercuts are lovely.
Poking holes does take a long time. I’ve been doing pinhole (my word for) historically called pinprick art for ten years. 🙂
That’s gorgeous! It’s delicate, intricate and really exquisite! Congratulations!
Your cut-paper art is completely *stunning*!! I’m so happy to get to see the beauty and intricacy that is your artwork. 😉
This paper craft is gorgeous!! I can only imagine how much time it took to create those tiny holes. Like you said, it was well worth it. I can see why this one sold out. Beautiful design.
this piece is incredibly wonderful!!
WOW! these are INCREDIBLE.. you are VERY talented and they’re so cute!!! <3
You are a magician, a real magician!!!
Simply beautiful … Lovely creative adaptation/Thank You for sharing
This is adorable
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