Artwork to Fawn Over
We are so excited to finally have these home décor designs up on the site for you! This was a DIY project that we created for Cricut a while back (some of you might remember). Since then, we have received quite a few questions about when these designs would be available for our members. And today is the day! You can now officially download our papercut winter deer artwork.
The other three designs will be available over the next few weeks. So keep checking back if you want to make the whole set! It’s all original artwork, illustrated by our designer Krista.
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The other day we talked about how easy it can be to create your own wall art. Our papercut winter deer artwork is another great example of how to decorate on a budget. And it’s a really quick and simple craft, too. All you need for this DIY home décor project is some cardstock, a frame, and your cutting machine.
This is a very detailed and intricate design, so we recommend using your cutting machine for this project. We initially only created an SVG file for this artwork, but we got a request to include a PDF template as well. So now there is a PDF download below if you want to cut this design by hand!
When you’re ready to make your own version of this papercut winter deer artwork, here are a few tips to keep in mind. We made it so our design would fit inside this 20″ x 20″ IKEA frame, but you can always resize it to fit a different frame size. The max size you can cut is 11.5″x11.5.” For the paper, we alternated between a natural white colored cardstock and a linen textured cardstock. We also used foam mounting squares between each layer to give it a 3D look.
Stay tuned for the other designs in this woodland set! Over the next few weeks, we will be releasing the rest of the artwork, which includes a bird for spring, a fox for summer, and an owl for fall. You can bring them out one at a time, depending on the season you’re in, or hang them up all together for one gorgeous display.
You can also join us on Facebook, Pinterest, or Instagram, where we share new DIY ideas and old favorites. Or you can browse our YouTube channel for video tutorials on how to make paper flowers, plants, and more. If you craft any of our projects, share them with us on our Facebook page for members or on your Instagram feed with the hashtag #MadeWithLia.
Happy crafting! ~ Lia and team
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