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Making a piece of art that can be treasured for years to come is a good excuse to try out this easy papercutting technique. Corinne Bradd has used her Brother ScanNCut to do the hard work, but if you haven’t got a cutting machine, the designs can easily be traced and cut out the conventional way using a sharp craft knife and self healing mat. Whichever method you decide to use, the end result will be well worth it.

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Papercut Hare Art

Want the full instructions to make this fab project? Papercut Hare Art comes from the Oct 20 issue of Crafts Beautiful and is just waiting to be made up...
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