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Hand cutting an intricate paper leaf stencil

Watch as artist and YouTuber Sara Sandoval hand cuts a large leaf stencil from thick piece of paper. Sandoval often uses intricate single- and multi-layer stencils like these to create spray paint works. Via Instagram:

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File under paper cutting and DIY inspiration. Next, watch Papermeals, Paper to Plants: a stop-motion paper film for Tinybop, and Rob Ryan’s intricate paper cutting illustrations.

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