HolmesMade Papercuts – creator of colourful, highly intricate hand-drawn and hand-cut papercuts, and purveyor of happy-making, rainbow-filled, papercut-inspired goodies.
Visit the online shop to buy greetings cards, fine art prints, original papercuts, homewares and gifts. Discover a portfolio of my work, visit my blog, or find out a little bit about what I do. Why not contact me to enquire about commissioning a bespoke papercut or to have me tutor a private papercutting workshop?
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Holmes-made Papercuts © Melissa Holmes
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I welcome enquiries from the press, galleries, potential stockists and the public about my work, commissions and workshops. If you’d like to commission a bespoke papercut from me, I have slots available and am always happy to discuss individual requirements. If you’re looking for an alternative hen do or inspiring corporate event, why not ask me about … Continue reading CONTACT
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Hi there Nikki, I certainly can.
I have your email address via your comment so will drop you a line over the next couple of days. Huge thanks x
Hi I love your work,
I have two questions
The out if this world print can it be bought as a template for personal use????
& how much would it cost to get a heart made with my name & my partners
Thank you Natalie
Thanks Natalie. The “Space” papercut is only available as a print or notebook; I don’t offer it as a template I’m afraid as it was an exclusive design for LuckyDipClub.com.
My prices for commissions all vary dependent upon size, inclusions and level of detail – if you’d like to get in touch with my via the contact form with more details of what you might require, then I will give you a tailored quote. Many thanks
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