Bee Papercut


This exclusive and exquisitely cut bee papercut makes a truly amazing gift for bee lovers. The honeycomb pattern is cut from one A3 sheet of luxury white paper. The dripping honey and honeycomb is cut from a lovely yellow paper and is layered behind the honeycomb. Nestled in the centre is a busy worker bumble bee, cut from black and yellow paper

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Gift for bee lovers

This is a great gift choice for bee lovers in your life. It is almost like having the bee hive inside your home hanging on the wall. The paper I use is a luxury G F Smith paper which I love to work with. Each bee papercut is signed and dated on the reverse and each one comes with a certificate of authenticity, again signed and dated.

Framing your bee papercut

There is a choice of bevelled white or black floating frames to really show off your bee papercut. As the name suggests, the papercut is ‘floating’ in between two sheets of glass which allows you to see through the be papercut and of course, any colour decor will show through behind.

If you don’t choose a frame on ordering then your beautiful bee papercut will be supplied flat and backed onto a backing paper, on a stiff board, inside a compostible clear bag and in a cardboard envelope. Framing ideas are included with helpful hints on how to frame it yourself.

How is the bee papercut cut?

I designed the bee papercut to be machine cut (not lasercut which burns the edges of the paper) and so each one is made to order individually, Machine cutting his keeps the costs down for you – once upon a time I used to cut absolutely everything by hand, but quickly learnt that some people didn’t care how it was cut they just loved the design. So there’s a few of my designs that are designed specifically to be machine cut. This is one of them.


Bee Papercut design measures 330mm x 240mm when cut and the white or black floating frames are  333mm x 433mm. So please bear this in mind – it is cut from A3 and not A4 so is slightly larger than my usual papercut artworks.

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