Weekly Wrap #33 : Paper Cut Toppers

7.16.2010 13 Comments
Weekly Wrap
Dimensional Paper Cut Gift Toppers

I absolutely love this idea for an alternative to the traditional ribbon or bow gift topper. Tracy, one of the new summer interns at The Crafts Dept. over at Martha Stewart Living, shares a DIY for this pop-up message “ribbon”, made from cut strips of paper. What a fantastic way to add a personal, handmade touch to any gift.

images from The Crafts Dept.

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13 Responses to “Weekly Wrap #33 : Paper Cut Toppers”

  1. Vink Design says:

    What an idea, very creative… :)

  2. Suzanne says:

    That is so cute! Very creative!

  3. This is ridiculously cute. If only I had the time…

    adding to my list of must try!

  4. Cindy says:

    that’s SO creative!

  5. I don’t think I could do it, but this is adorable!

  6. Relyn says:

    This is SO GREAT!

  7. Emily M says:

    The link on this page doesn’t include that craft anymore. I’d be really curious how to do it, since it seems like a paper punch would cut the bottom of the letter, too!

  8. kristen says:

    Emily – I didn’t realize that the link had been changed. Just updated it so it links to the correct page!

  9. Emily M says:

    Thanks so much for the update!

  10. Kaaren says:

    Is this for sale? Can’t find the site. Please add if available. Some one must have it on the market. Can’t imagine cutting it my hand. What am I missing?

  11. kristen says:

    Kaaren -

    The toppers are cut by hand. Pretty ambitious, I know.

    Something like this would be reserved for REALLY special gifts, but it’s such a cool idea.

  12. jean says:

    where can I find instructions for this project

  13. kristen says:

    jean – If you follow the link in the post, you’ll be taken to a page on the Martha Stewart site that has a photo gallery with all of the steps to make the toppers.

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