So last week, I shared some beautiful paper cut artwork, and this week, I have the opportunity to show you how such art is made! Artist Kim Phillips of Hebrica demonstrates in a free e-book what goes into the creation of a papercut work. Her beautiful work centers around the themes, images, and phrases of Judaism (although the message and beauty of her Birkat Habayit or Home Blessing is so lovely I’m sure any home would be pleased to receive it). This peek into the papercutting process might be all the inspiration you need to create papercut art of your own. (Or all the inspiration you need to order Rosh Hashanah cards…it’s only ten days away!)

By Rosie Bromberg


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  1. Kim Phillips on September 7, 2012 6:25 am

    Thanks for the nice story! Hope your readers will visit to see more examples. So excited!

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