Tag Archives: #etsyfind

Tania Lissova

Loving these tiny paper plants created by Russia-based paper artist, Tania Lissova. The miniature creations are used to embellish greeting cards and framed art pieces.  A graduate of Architecture and Arts the artist uses a variety of paper and texture to create these intricate 3d paper plants. There certainly would be no anxiety caring for these plants as they are everlasting.

You can view more of her creations on Instagram and Facebook.  Some of her pieces can be purchased in her Etsy shop, Lissovacraft.

Images:  Courtesy of Tania Lissova.

Kimika Hara

Admiring these girl and animal illustrations created by Japanese embroidery artist and illustrator, Kimika Hara.  The Kyoto born artist embroiders with free stitch.  She embellishes her work with cute fabrics, colorful threads, acrylic paints and assorted beads.  Her work is considered kawai (cute) and cheerful.

You can follow the artist on her website, Behance, Facebook and Instagram.  She sells a few of her designs here on Etsy.

Images:  Courtesy of Kimika  Hara.

Griffin Carrick


Interior designer and artist Griffin Carrick creates these quilled paper hangings from her home in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Each piece is made of quilled recycled card stock that Griffin hand cuts, rolls, and folds into three-dimensional sculptures. She says this about her incredible art:

“My love of quilling comes from the process of hand cutting, rolling, folding and configuring paper, transforming this two dimensional material into a three dimensional objects including paper tapestries and vessels. The textures, patterns and forms found in the built and natural environments as well as the traditional decorative arts of ceramics and textiles heavily influence my work. Ultimately, my practice is a constant experiment in exploring the three dimensional potential of paper and the unexpected use of this familiar material.”

You can follow the artist on her website, Facebook and Instagram.  Some of her pieces can be purchased in her Etsy shop.


Images:  Courtesy of Griffin Carrick.