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Description

This workshop is ideal for beginners who are interested in learning the basics of paper Cutting. Paper Cutting is a fast growing trend and a great way of creating designs to brighten up your home, create decorations for special occasions such as Christmas and Weddings, or make personal gifts for friends and family.

During this three hour workshop you will learn how to use a scalpol knife to cut intricate designs from existing templates. You will learn various techniques which Silvina will talk you through step by step, and will be encouraged to experiment with colours and textures using a selection of papers to create your piece. You will create your own artwork which you can then take home with you. Your work can then be mounted into a frame and given as a present, or displayed in your own home. You will also learn how to create your own designs for future artworks.

All materials will be provided and you will get to go home with one small but wonderful artwork ready to frame and hang on your wall. Classes are limited to 6 spaces so please be quick if you would like to book.

Silvina is been a paper cutter for 8 years, she has been published in several books about Paper Cutting and did several paper illustration for publications. She is an illustrator and graphic designer, paper cutter and very experienced teacher, excited to pass on these skills to other makers.


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What you need

Equipment: Nothing, just you!

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Anytime Booking

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Wheelchair Accessible

This experience is wheelchair accessible. In order to be wheelchair accessible, all of the following criteria must be met.

Please note that the host is responible for ensuring that the criteria above has been met.

Did you know?

Not all paper is made from wood, some are made from scraps of cloth pieces, and banknotes tend to be made from cotton fibre (making them more durable than regular paper)


Find your way there


Westfield London, Ariel Way, London, UK


The Host


Silvina is been a papercutter for 8 years, she has been published in several books about Papercutting and did several paper illustration for publications. She is an illustrator and graphic designer, papercutter and very experienced teacher, excited to pass on these skills to other makers.

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