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I am so excited to share this news with you! It is about the digital patterns that will be available on my new shop next week. This is something that I had meant to do for years. So a few months ago I decided that it was time to make it happen. I gave myself the task of designing at least one pattern a day. My goal was not to be fast or to make tons of them, but to make sure that each one was special. I am now proud to announce that I completed 6 collections. Yay!! I will show you one design per collection below:

1. Ten animal patterns. Here you see a bee, but in that collection there is also a cat, a butterfly, a turtle, a mouse, a fox, an elephant, a rabbit, a bird and a monkey.

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2. Ten heart patterns. The hearts are really nice. Some of them have animals inside, some have people, and some botanical elements like this one.

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3. Ten bird patterns. There are so many birds in my head! I am sure that I will create a second collection with this theme in the future. But this one has 10 variations that I enjoyed so much creating.

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4. Ten flower patterns. I created 2 collections of flowers because I kept coming out with new ideas for them.

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5. Ten flower patterns. Here is a design from the second collection of flowers.

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6. The alphabet. This collection has the 26 letters of the alphabet and it took me a little longer than the rest to create. Because I wanted the letters to be in sync with each other, in case anybody wants to cut a whole word. They are all upper case, but I will create a lower case collection in the future as well.

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Below you can see the tutorial that I put together to go with each listing of patterns. It will give you an idea of how the patterns can be used:

1. Print out your pattern on a regular 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper.

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2. Cut out the excess of paper around the image.

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3. Tape the pattern on your paper of choice.

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4. Start cutting from the center of the design, and work your way out toward the edges.

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5. Congratulations!  Your papercut is now ready to frame or to use in any way you want.

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6. To frame the piece yourself, just glue it on the surface of your choice applying 3 or 4 tiny drops of glue. Double-sided tape works very well too. Acid-free glue/tape is best.

*Feel free to sign your piece. I recommend to use pencil. Here is how you could sign it:

Cut by (your name here) Design by Elsa Mora. 

Have fun!

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Yay! I am really excited to offer my fellow paper lovers an easy way to get their hands into papercutting.

Now back to work!

Have a wonderful and productive day!

Elsita 🙂

 

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