Remember the paper cut animal stack I started last week? Well it's finished!
It was so much fun to design and cut and I'm very pleased with the result.
There are lots of little details hidden within it, from the little mouse right at the bottom to the tiny spider dangling from his web.
I cut a stitch-like border around the edge to bring it all together.
This weekend we've done a bit of visiting 'up country'. Well, Bristol and Cheltenham...most places are up from Devon!
Yesterday evening we stayed with my sister who has just opened her new beauty salon, Tonic, in Cheltenham. It's been a lot of hard work and I'm extremely proud of her for what she's achieved over the last couple of years in order to get to this point.
Doesn't her salon look amazing?
My job today was to stencil her logo onto the reception desk and the board for outside the shop. I was quietly worried that it would all go horribly wrong and drip down the side of the desk or something awful like that, but thankfully there was no problem!
The logo matches her shop front and ties everything nicely together. If you live in the Cheltenham area, please pop by! Don't forget to mention I sent you! :)
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Labels: animals, beauty salon, paper cut, paper cutting, stencil