Paper Cutting Templates - Bloom: 50 Decorative Papercut Patterns

 Congratulations to the winners - Dana Norris, @thejordanpowers, and @suze727!

Would you like to learn a new paper skill? Paper cutting is a hobby I've had my eye on for quite a while. The 50+ patterns in the new book, Bloom: 50 Decorative Papercut Patterns, are mighty pretty and just the enticement I need to give it a try!

Bloom Book Cover

Intricate and lovely describes each one of the designs created by Choi Hyang Mee, a creative talent in Korea with three best selling paper cutting books to her credit.

Floral Paper Cutting Templates

A neat thing about this book is that no tracing/scanning of images or purchasing special paper is required. The templates are printed on one of three different paper stocks so they are what you cut directly.

Papercut Rose Template

You will need a cutting mat and craft knife to get started, then detach a page from the book and cut along the template's lines. Like anything, practice makes perfect.

Cutting a papercut happy birthday template

The designs are great for framing or can be used on cards, as mobiles, or even as window displays.

Papercut Wall Art - Love

There's a nice variety... you'll find holiday wreaths, Happy Birthday and Thank you messages, as well as LOVE lettering for Valentines and wedding decor. 

Papercut Templates - Happy Birthday

To enter this international book giveaway:

Papercut Foliage Templates

Simply post a comment below. Note that Blogger does not allow me to see the email address you type into the comment form with your name, so you must include an email address within your comment in order to be contacted if you win. If spam is a concern, type it this way: janedoe at gmail dot com

Floral Frame Papercut Template

This same giveaway is also underway on Instagram. Enter at one or both places by the end of Saturday, March 31, 2018 to double your chances.

Papercut ballerina patterns

A total of three winners from all entries will be chosen via a random number generator, contacted, and announced at the top of this post and on the Instagram giveaway photo. Good luck!

Papercut Patterns - Bride and Groom Templates


This giveaway is sponsored by Laurence King Publishing Ltd.
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Comments

  1. I would love to take up paper cutting! So nice!
    Alexopoulouxmaria at yahoo dot gr

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  2. I am currently exploring this papercraft. I plan to make 2 cards using paper cuts as embellishments. Thanks for the chance to win a great giveaway carinascrafts at hotmail dot com

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  3. Great prize, would love to win this and learn a new paper skill to add to my other paper art skills. rebeccababington@hotmail.com

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  4. This would be a great thing book to win.

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  5. Resending. Forgot my email address. phaskin@hotmail.com
    Thanks so much for a chance to win this! Love that it comes with the papers!!!

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  6. I would LOVE to win one of these books. I have been watching the paper cutting posts and need something to kick me into gear to dive in. Maybe this book is the one thing that I need. Thank you for the giveaway! brendashreves17 at g mail dot com

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  7. Beautiful!!! I am crossing my fingers! T3stieren@hotmaildotcom

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  8. Beautiful designs! Tootsie Barr 2 at gmailcom.

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  9. What a beautiful art is paper cutting! I'd love winning this giveaway and challenge myself in one of these stunning papercut templates. Thanks for the opportunity. Wishing myself good luck. Susanna x susannaterreni@gmail.com

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  10. I love Choi’s work. They are absolutely amazing and beautiful. Thank you.
    bluesnow_julie@yahoo.com

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  11. Love papercutting ! Cuttheplot at Gmail dot com

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  12. I need some motivation and inspiration! wdyt@hotmail.co.uk

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  13. hope i win—
    an_ephemerist@yahoo.com

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  14. This looks like a great book. I love that the designs are printed on nice paper.

    megandurant at gmail dot com

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  15. I would like to try this “type” of art. It’s very intriguing!❤️ My mail is: gina_hal@hotmail.com

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  16. How neat! Ecofreak111 AT Gmail DOT com

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  17. Wow. Would love to win this.
    icbnett at gmail dot com

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  18. This paper cutting is extraordinarily beautiful. Would love to win a copy to learn. Thanks Allison Email allisoninglis@gmail.com

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  19. Fingers crossed, would love to win this book!

    giveaways at seaofquiddity dot com

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  20. How exciting! Would love to win a copy of this book! tyriii at yahoo dot com

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  21. Would love a copy of this book! qinn dot sc at gmail dot com

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  22. Well, as someone who never met a paper craft she didn't like, this is right up my alley! Thank you for the chance to win.
    cockermama at gmail dot com

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  23. Beautiful! dianema2000 at yahoo dot com

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  24. That book is a good resource.

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  25. Hi Ann!

    Paper-cutting is exactly what I need to add to my list of art projects next.

    Hope you're well,

    kriskoch at charter dot net

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  26. I would love to try to do this amazing creations!
    Fingers crossed!
    My email is nefret2000@gmail.com

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  27. How wonderful 🌿🌺💚🌸🍃 Thank you
    weny_earthbound@hotmail.com

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  28. I will love to win this giveaway! albertolombana.silvera at gmail dot com

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  29. These patterns look so intriguing. I’d love to have the book. Thanks for the opportunity to win!
    Janine.rudnick@gmail.com

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  30. The possibilities are endless, thanks so much.

    yumihamano@gmail.com

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  31. This book looks fabulous, i'd love to win. Wendywestby (at) aol.co.uk

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  32. Wow! These are so beautiful. I would be thrilled to own this book.

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  33. Oh my goodness! I’d love to have this book. Have been a paper cutting crafter since waaay back when patterns came from Scherenschnitte ;))) Pamela Beamon, Shelly04171954@gmail.com

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  34. Would love an opportunity to win this new book! skmaui95 at gmail dot com

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  35. I would love to win the book and use it to create wonderful things gr8teethrus07@yahoo.com

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  36. Ann another book to drool over�� I'd love to win one too.
    But am saving up just in case I don't ��
    Xo Thank you for all you share
    April

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  37. These are captivating designs, it seems to be really helpful to amateurs like myself.
    sushart4 at gmail dot com

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  38. This is so pretty!

    johannahlau at gmail dot com

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  39. I love to try out new and different crafts. This would be wonderful!
    lisarcarlos at gmail dot com

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  40. What beautiful papercuts! It's my birthday today, I hope that makes me lucky!
    Cindystinson2@gmail.com

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  41. Would love to try this! ccwhitmore13 at yahoo dot com

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  42. That's a wonderful book! I've always wanted to try it because I love all sorts of papercrafting. My email is dhollandnorris at gmail dot com.

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  43. This is something I have been meaning to try. This summer for sure ! janice.fleischmann at gmail dot com

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  44. How fresh and fun ... a garden to bring inside. 1800yellowhouse at Gmail dot com

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  45. I am a papercrafter but have never tried paper cutting to this standard. I woud love to have a go. I am lagalesa at gmail dot com

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  46. Oh this is a great thing - I love the designs, even though they seem a bit too much for a beginner such as I am. I would love to win a copy of the book. Thank you for offering this great gift. geminidolly at yahoo dot com

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  47. I would love to win a copy of this book. Some of the designs are very delicate and it will stretch my skills.

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  48. I do lots of crafts but this is one I haven't tried.

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  49. This is a great idea! The picture that you showed at the top of the page, showed cut paper inside a circle. That circle can be a tuna can, and the paper objects inside can be either quilled or cut paper. The deeper cans can have an object of greater depth, or be cut in 2 down the middle, making a "tall half-tube" for long thin objects, either vertical or horizontal. You have gotten my creative juices flowing...just writing this, I can think of things to do with the paper and the cans... Thanks for the ideas!

    Janet Wolfe

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  50. Now that I’m retired, this could easily become my favorite hobby - I can already think of dozens of uses I would get out of being able to master this craft! I’m Marsha at marshapw at mac dot com

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  51. These designs inspire me to try paper cutting.

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  52. I am intrigued. jan.sauer@gmail.com.

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  53. Paper cutting is cool!
    dkellock1 at gmail dot com

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  54. I would love to win. Just retired and am going to get back to more papercrafts. This book would be amazing as I haven't tried paper cutting but know I will love it! Keeping my fingers crossed. Ycorbeil at Telus dot net

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  55. I'm in love. My two favorite subjects, paper and flowers together in one book. davismarie at yahoo.com

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  56. Thanks for all the entries and enthusiasm for the book! The giveaway has ended.

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  57. wow, what a wonderful chance to win such an amazing book. Thank you so much, it is a precious venue to learn more about crafts in various channels.

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  58. Edna, the giveaway ended last night, but stay tuned for another in the near future.

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