I Make Gin Disappear Papercut Template PDF

£3.40

This ‘I Make Gin Disappear’ digital papercut template is a great way to create your own DIY papercut art for gin lovers and looks great framed in a floating frame or on a zingy green or yellow backing paper. It is ideal for more experienced papercutters who fancy a crafternoon with their scalpels and perhaps a glass of their favourite tipple (please don’t papercut and drink!)

It is a digital file – once your add to basket and checkout you’ll get an email immediately with a link to download the PDF. A practise sheet is included in the links too, so you can flex your scalpel muscles before embarking on the design. I recommend white 120gsm paper, but any paper will do – read more about what paper to use here. Enjoy!

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I Make Gin Disappear PDF – what is included:

  • A4 PDF practise sheet
  • A4 PDF I Make Gin Disappear Template PDF (flipped mirror image so you’re cutting the back of it)

What do I need to for my I Make Gin Disappear template?

  • Access to a printer
  • Scalpel
  • A4 cutting mat
  • A4 sheets of white paper

What tools do I need? What paper is best to use?

I’ve written a blog post about what tools to use here and here – and I’ve also got a post about choosing the right weight of paper here.

How is best to I show my I Make Gin Papercut off?

The finished size is 153 mm x 232 mm so bear that in mind when you’re looking for frames. Floating frames look wonderful – and it means you can sign the papercut on the back or write a little note. If you can’t find a floating frame then mount the papercut on a zingy lime green or citrus yellow for maximum gin aesthetic. Mmmm, cheers!

Oooh yeah! how do I order?

Just click add to basket and go through the checkout. An email will be in your inbox immediately with links to download the PDFs so you can print them off and get cutting straight away.

What if I go wrong?

Oh babes, its a bit of paper, just throw it away, print a new one off and start again! you can do it!

Don’t forget to tag me on your creations on instagram – I love seeing your creations!

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