From All Things Paper, Feb 4, 2019
With a short list of supplies – pencil, eraser, craft knife or scalpel, a piece of paper and a cutting surface – plus the templates provided in the book and a certain amount of practice – even beginners will be able to create enchanting scenes just like Sarah’s.
Perhaps you remember artist Sarah King’s papercut landscape scenes… colorful and unique, they’re hard to forget! Would you like to create paper cuttings that are equally memorable? Sarah is a natural born teacher and thoroughly explains the process of creating a drawing, transferring it to card stock, carefully cutting the outline and filling it with layers of colorful card. There are a dozen landscape templates that take you from coast to countryside, and mounting, framing and displaying tips are included too. With new skills in place, you’ll be able to go on to draw and cut your own delightful designs.
Ann Martin, All Things Paper
Looking to expand your horizons, but tight on space? This book is all about making on the micro-level. “Papercut Landscapes” is a guide on how to take your favorite geographies and turn them into unique pieces of artwork.- Martha Stewart’s Blog ‘9 Crafty Books We’re Reading in 2019’