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Cutting Edge Frames

This week, in amongst all of the emails we received for London Design Festival and Christmas gift guides was a very sweet email from Terry of Cutting Edge Frames.

Terry has twelve years experience in Art and Design and he specialises in creating beautiful pieces of hand-made, unique and personalised paper artwork.

And he had us at the first image,  so we thought we’d share.

There’s no flashy website or hard sell.  Just a brand new blog and a very, very special talent.

How long must it take to produce these works of art and how much patience?  Terry, we’re in awe.

Author bio

Carole King is joint Editor-in-chief of Heart Home magazine. She is a London based Interior Decorator and an Associate Member of the BIID. She started Dear Designer's Blog as a way to document all the things that she finds inspirational and hopefully to inspire others. You can follow her on Twitter @DearDesigners. Read more posts by .

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Comments (9)

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  8. Wow, these are absolutely stunning.

  9. That first image is incredible. I love how it is framed to really show the delicacy of the paperwork.


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