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Frog In The Woods 8x10 3D Paper Cut Tutorial/Pattern PDF

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This is a PDF pattern download, not the actual paper art! This does not include materials. Please note: This pattern is written in English.

This detailed, full color 22-page PDF tutorial shows you how to print and create this 8X10 inch colorful, frameworthy 3D papercut art using tools and supplies that are readily available at your local craft store, including:

printer, scissors, craft knife, bone folder or butter knife, cutting mat, ruler, pop dots, glue stick, gel glue, toothpick, circle punches and colored card stocks.

The artwork is shown above framed in an 11X14 inch shadowbox. The actual size of the finished piece is 8X10 inches. (It makes a great companion piece to my free 3D owl pattern, which is also 8X10 inches: http://mmmcrafts.blogspot.com/2010/06/my-guest-post-3d-owl-art-tutorial.html

This frog tutorial is designed to leave as little chance of error as possible for novice paper cutters while still having a nice depth and complexity. You simply print all needed pieces onto colored card stock, cut them out on the lines, and assemble them according to the detailed photographed set of instructions and guidelines. No time-consuming tracing necessary!

The PDFs are in 8.5 x 11 standard letter format, which means you can print them from home as many times as needed to make as many of these 3D papercuts as you would like.

This digital pattern PDF will be available for INSTANT DOWNLOAD once your payment is completed.

COTTAGE INDUSTRY SELLERS: If you are a home crafter, YES, it is OK to make and sell items from this pattern if you credit me for the pattern. No mass production allowed. Please check my policies page for terms.

This pattern is © Larissa Holland, all rights reserved. Do not distribute or publish any portion of the pattern. Purchasing the pattern does not transfer you the copyright. It is unlawful to copy and resell this pattern.
This is a PDF pattern download, not the actual paper art! This does not include materials. Please note: This pattern is written in English.

This detailed, full color 22-page PDF tutorial shows you how to print and create this 8X10 inch colorful, frameworthy 3D papercut art using tools and supplies that are readily available at your local craft store, including:

printer, scissors, craft knife, bone folder or butter knife, cutting mat, ruler, pop dots, glue stick, gel glue, toothpick, circle punches and colored card stocks.

The artwork is shown above framed in an 11X14 inch shadowbox. The actual size of the finished piece is 8X10 inches. (It makes a great companion piece to my free 3D owl pattern, which is also 8X10 inches: http://mmmcrafts.blogspot.com/2010/06/my-guest-post-3d-owl-art-tutorial.html

This frog tutorial is designed to leave as little chance of error as possible for novice paper cutters while still having a nice depth and complexity. You simply print all needed pieces onto colored card stock, cut them out on the lines, and assemble them according to the detailed photographed set of instructions and guidelines. No time-consuming tracing necessary!

The PDFs are in 8.5 x 11 standard letter format, which means you can print them from home as many times as needed to make as many of these 3D papercuts as you would like.

This digital pattern PDF will be available for INSTANT DOWNLOAD once your payment is completed.

COTTAGE INDUSTRY SELLERS: If you are a home crafter, YES, it is OK to make and sell items from this pattern if you credit me for the pattern. No mass production allowed. Please check my policies page for terms.

This pattern is © Larissa Holland, all rights reserved. Do not distribute or publish any portion of the pattern. Purchasing the pattern does not transfer you the copyright. It is unlawful to copy and resell this pattern.

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COTTAGE INDUSTRY SELLERS:
If you are a home sewer and have a cottage industry personally making things with your own little hands and selling them to your friends, in a craft booth or personal online shop (read: no mass production), you can purchase my patterns for that purpose, with my blessing.

Go forth and make it a success! Make as many as you are personally capable of. Sew for your friends. Sew for your shop. Sew for craft fairs and bazaars. Sew up a storm! Of course there are terms. But not that many:

- A reminder that the copyright on my patterns still stands: That is, you may not copy, resell, share, distribute or publish (online or otherwise) any portion of any of my patterns without prior permission from me. Period. Basically anything that involves sharing any part of my patterns with anyone else is a no-no.

- Each sewer must purchase a pattern for themselves. If you have a friend who is interested in partnering up with you, or you are hosting a craft party, please refer each of them to my blog or shop to purchase their own pattern. Thank you! (Exceptions may be made in the case of charitable sewing, just be sure to check with me first!)

-Production is limited. To honor the 'no mass production' spirit, please limit your listings (or display in your booth) no more than twenty MmmCrafts items at a time. This means a total of twenty of any pattern combination, for instance:
8 Mikey Monkeys + 12 Christmas Ornaments = limit of 20.
If you are selling something as a set under one listing (like ornaments) that would count as one item.

- Include credit where it's due. Please list a credit for the pattern on each listing or on each hang tag for the item: Pattern by Larissa Holland, mmmcrafts.blogspot.com or something like that.

- Minor derivatives are ok, but even if you make changes in the way a pattern is made, please still give a credit to me for the pattern, along with a note that it is a variation.

- PLEASE NOTE that it is really really really NOT OK to use any of my photos, images, logos, badges, or graphics to promote your site or booth on signs, flyers, tags, headers, etc... Don't do it! Those images are copyrighted.

Judging from the number of requests I get, there are a lot of readers out there who don't have the time or inclination to sew for themselves and they would appreciate knowing where to find your MmmCrafts handmade items. Let's get you two together! Send me a link to your shop so I can place it on the Mmmakers page on my blog so folks will know where to find you and buy your MmmCrafts stuff.
COTTAGE INDUSTRY SELLERS:
If you are a home sewer and have a cottage industry personally making things with your own little hands and selling them to your friends, in a craft booth or personal online shop (read: no mass production), you can purchase my patterns for that purpose, with my blessing.

Go forth and make it a success! Make as many as you are personally capable of. Sew for your friends. Sew for your shop. Sew for craft fairs and bazaars. Sew up a storm! Of course there are terms. But not that many:

- A reminder that the copyright on my patterns still stands: That is, you may not copy, resell, share, distribute or publish (online or otherwise) any portion of any of my patterns without prior permission from me. Period. Basically anything that involves sharing any part of my patterns with anyone else is a no-no.

- Each sewer must purchase a pattern for themselves. If you have a friend who is interested in partnering up with you, or you are hosting a craft party, please refer each of them to my blog or shop to purchase their own pattern. Thank you! (Exceptions may be made in the case of charitable sewing, just be sure to check with me first!)

-Production is limited. To honor the 'no mass production' spirit, please limit your listings (or display in your booth) no more than twenty MmmCrafts items at a time. This means a total of twenty of any pattern combination, for instance:
8 Mikey Monkeys + 12 Christmas Ornaments = limit of 20.
If you are selling something as a set under one listing (like ornaments) that would count as one item.

- Include credit where it's due. Please list a credit for the pattern on each listing or on each hang tag for the item: Pattern by Larissa Holland, mmmcrafts.blogspot.com or something like that.

- Minor derivatives are ok, but even if you make changes in the way a pattern is made, please still give a credit to me for the pattern, along with a note that it is a variation.

- PLEASE NOTE that it is really really really NOT OK to use any of my photos, images, logos, badges, or graphics to promote your site or booth on signs, flyers, tags, headers, etc... Don't do it! Those images are copyrighted.

Judging from the number of requests I get, there are a lot of readers out there who don't have the time or inclination to sew for themselves and they would appreciate knowing where to find your MmmCrafts handmade items. Let's get you two together! Send me a link to your shop so I can place it on the Mmmakers page on my blog so folks will know where to find you and buy your MmmCrafts stuff.

FAQs

Sorry, I can't make any custom orders. I just don't have the time. If you invent a way to add more hours to the day, please let me know. :-). There is a list of independent crafters on my blog who make custom orders from my patterns. Feel free to contact them: http://mmmcrafts.blogspot.com/p/mmmakers.html
You can find A LOT of great information on this resource page for my Twelve Days Ornament Series (including color guides and felt/floss bundles and kits):
http://mmmcrafts.blogspot.com/p/twelve-days.html
I include sizing details in the individual pattern listings, but they may not be in the bundled listings. The average size for the Twelve Days Christmas ornaments is about 4 x 5 inches. It varies of course, because the shapes vary a good bit.
I do not offer wholesale printed patterns at this time. It’s on my to do list! I do offer 20% bulk discount for 10+ patterns to stores if you wish to offer classes. Just convo me with your store details to get started.
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