Rural Pearl Papercuts

I am fascinated by papercuts. I have 2 gorgeous, very detailed, vintage papercuts of peacocks hanging in my livingroom and I have often wondered how it is that someone spent so much time cutting out every detailed piece.

These papercuts by Angie Pickman of Rural Pearl are silhouette style, but far from simple. She has a few of buildings, one of a train, but I find her nature inspired cuts to be especially beautiful.

Rural Pearl

Rural Pearl

Rural Pearl

Rural Pearl

See her blog for updates on new art (including photographs!) or buy a print of one of her papercuts from her Etsy store.


2 Responses to “Rural Pearl Papercuts”

  1. 1 MissySue Hanson 08.14.2011 at 9:41 am

    I love papercuts as well…..she’s one talented lady!

    love + luck + bliss,

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