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It’s true, and I have the evidence to back it up–the photo of my left hand holding this design, “Couple Kissing on a Bike,” was the very first pin on Pinterest, chosen by the founder of Pinterest himself! I’m very proud to have played a tiny role in internet history, and I greatly thank Ben Silbermann, founder of Pinterest, for using my design for pin #1.

My classic design celebrates love with a silhouette of a couple kissing on a bicycle. This papercut puts a modern spin on the tradition of giving paper presents for a first anniversary, and would make an ideal gift for that special cyclist in your life. I hand cut each of my pieces from the highest quality, acid-free archival paper, which will last for generations.

DETAILS:
• Cut by hand from black, acid-free archival paper
• Mounted to 8x10-inch white mat board
• UNFRAMED
• FREE SHIPPING!

QUESTIONS?
Please visit my shop policy page, where I answer the most popular questions regarding shipping, production, and my tools and materials: http://www.etsy.com/shop/papercutsbyjoe/policy
I am also happy to answer your questions via convo.

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I am not taking custom requests, but please visit my shop for additional designs: http://www.etsy.com/shop/papercutsbyjoe

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~joe

Couple Kissing on Bike Papercut – First Pin on Pinterest and great Valentine's Day gift

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, mat board, archival adhesive
  • Ships worldwide from Massachusetts, United States
  • Feedback: 505 reviews
  • Favorited by: 1869 people