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Hannah Grace Webb
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Do what makes you happy
Just a snippet of a hand-sized papercut I gave as a Christmas gift for my best friend featuring a phrase which has been, and continues to be, particularly important to her. A reminder that finding happiness day to day in the little things can be everything.

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An evening spent job-hunting...


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Lincoln Cathedral
This is a close-up of a papercut commissioned by one of my Lincoln-based friends as a Christmas gift to his parents. Without a doubt, this is the most intricate bit of cutting I've ever done, but very pleased with the outcome! Thank god I didn't slip..!

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Inked guitar
As a little change from my papercut work, a good friend of mine asked me to design a tattoo for him. Personally speaking, the idea of creating a piece of art to be inked on someone's body forever is a pretty daunting one, however it only reinforced how impo...

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It's been quite a while since my last post so there's lots to catch up on! I got another part-time job mid-November working as a barmaid at my local pub, so it has been a bit of a juggling act but I'm slowly getting used to splitting up my time between my j...

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Illustration royalty
On Saturday I did something that not many people get to do in their lifetime; I got to see one of my idols, an icon of illustration. I was fortunate enough to attend ‘In Conversation with Oliver Jeffers and Quentin Blake’ at the Southbank Centre in London. ...

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Little lilies
It's one of the smallest designs I've done so far, and it's another personal favourite! This papercut was a gift to celebrate a 10th wedding anniversary. The element I'm particularly fond of are the lilies; they turned out far better than I anticipated so t...

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Mimicking brushstrokes using embroidery! Beautiful

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Yes, that is the name of the bar!
My largest papercut to date, this is an A3 (approximately) sized piece I did for my Aunt's bar/restaurant in Spain; 'Badgers' . It was my most challenging one so far to design, in terms of assembling the different elements that needed to be included, but I ...

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Whitley Bay Beach
Myself and my two best friends spent a weekend in Newcastle during the summer, and before we journeyed home we stopped off at Whitley Bay for a spontaneous afternoon at the beach. Milkshakes were consumed, hangovers were conquered, and duck feet were (crude...
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