Letter G papercut PDF template
Letter G papercut template to handcut during a relaxing crafternoon with a lovely cuppa and a podcast. Blissful! You’ll need a cutting mat and scalpel and access to a printer to print out your templates and practise sheet, plus an hour of peace and quiet to enjoy the peaceful art of papercutting. Deceptively simple, you can get cutting immediately and it is easier than it looks I promise you. It fits a standard 8×10 frame making it a wonderful homemade gift for Gertie, Gracie, George or Gabriella. Suitable for beginners.
I have designed this letter G papercut template and indeed the whole alphabet in this delicate style and each one begins with the outline shape of one of my favourite typefaces – Eames – and is filled with mesmerising swirls and curls making up a gorgeously intricate papercut which is simply joyous to cut.
You’ll find it a rewarding way to spend a crafty hour or so, they are so remarkably relaxing to cut and look sensational in a glass floating frame (available in Matalan and Ikea to name but two), making it a great handmade birthday gift to give with pride.
Letter G papercut template PDF – what is included:
- A4 PDF practise sheet
- A4 PDF Letter G papercut template
- A4 PDF Letter G papercut template flipped (mirror image)
What do I need to cut my Letter G Papercut?
- Access to a printer
- A4 (or larger) cutting mat
- A4 sheets of white paper x2
Can my Letter G papercut be personalised?
If you want to add a name and birth date to your letter then take a look at my Personalised Monogram Template for an added extra to create an amazing new baby gift
What tools do I need? What paper is best to use?
How can I show it off?
The finished size is 137 mm x 160 mm so should fit in a standard 8×10 frame (but please do measure your frame!) Would look wonderful mounted onto grey paper or in between glass in a floating frame.
I’m sold – how do I order!
Simply add to basket and checkout. You’ll get an email with all the PDFs links for you to get cracking straight away.
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