Pride Artwork Papercut Template PDF
I believe at love is too beautiful to be hidden in a closet. Humans should be free to love whoever they want to without hate. So I created this pride artwork ‘All For Love and Love For All’ papercut to celebrate PRIDE 2020 – and now you can cut it out and celebrate too.
Pride artwork papercut
Suitable for absolute beginners, download the template PDF to papercut the design and then there’s the chance to either use my template of the 2020 Pride Flag OR create your own flag or colour for behind the word LOVE. The world is your oyster! I think it would look amazing with a glittery paper behind. ENJOY!
When you click to order, you’ll get 4 A4 PDFs – one is a practise sheet to get you going, one is the design which has been flipped (mirror image) so you don’t have to worry about the grey edges showing on your finished papercut. The other two are both the pride flag paper elements. One is coloured already so you print it onto white paper (you will need a coloured printer for this option!) , and the other one is if you want to use coloured paper (and if you’ve only got a mono printer). Instructions are on the PDFs.
What you need:
A scalpel – I use two, a swivel scalpel and a fixed blade, but it is trial and error. Please get in touch for any advice.
An A4 cutting mat (or A3, that will still work!)
An hour or so of peace and quiet.
How to cut your Pride artwork papercut template:
First of all you’ll need to print your practise sheet and the Pride artwork sheets. I recommend printing onto paper weight between 100gsm and 130gsm. If you use anything heavier it’ll start to hurt your fingers. Trust me!
You’ll need a self healing cutting mat. They come in many A sizes (A4 is ideal) and they are available in most craft stores or haberdasheries such as HobbyCraft or The Range. I’ve linked to a few in this blogpost – How to papercut using papercutting templates.
Grab your favourite scalpel – these can be as subjective as a favourite pen, I recommend trying a few! they’re not hugely expensive, only a few pounds. Read more about scalpels here.
Cut your way through the practise sheet following the instructions that are printed, then when you’re feeling confident get started on your Pride artwork papercut template. Again, instructions are on the template. You can start with the Pride Flag if you’d like, and it’s not cheating if you use a metal ruler!
I just know you’ll enjoy cutting your pride artwork template
When you’ve finished I would love to see your efforts so remember to tag me over on Instagram @kyleighspapercuts so I can give you a little cheer!
Design, artwork and images © Kyleigh Orlebar/Kyleigh’s Papercuts. Copyright/usage limitations. This template is strictly for personal, hobby use only. Not for resale (in its template form or once cut). It must NOT be copied, altered, reproduced, sold on or cut and sold under any circumstances. If you’d like to share your progress, please use the hashtag #kyleighspapercuts on social media so I can keep up with your progress. I’d love to see your finished papercuts. Happy cutting!