Today we’re really excited Stephanie of Miss Papercut who we will welcome for the first time this Sunday 3rd December at Worthing Charmandean.
Please introduce yourself and your brand….
Hello! My name is Stephanie Hosmer and I am the designer behind Miss Papercut.
How would you describe your style and your creations?
My style is quite graphic and influenced a lot by nature. I like being able to apply my designs onto lots of different products too, papercuts turn into great designs to be screenprinted!
What do you enjoy most about your work?
My favourite thing about papercutting is that last moment when you cut the final edges and turn the work over. It’s only then you see how the design will look properly!
What can we expect to find on your stall at So This is Christmas in aid of St Barnabas on Sunday 3rd December? And are you looking forward to taking part?
You can find a huge variety of items on my stall such as: papercuts, prints, cushions, coasters, tea towels, mugs, plates, cards, notebooks, jewellery, pocket mirrors, lasercut wreaths and decorations to name a few! I’m super excited to be part of So This Is Christmas in aid of St Barnabas, I can’t wait to meet lots of customers and visitors who love great design and craft, and all of the other talented stallholders.
Do you have a best seller?
My best seller is normally my laser cut wreaths which are designed by me, lasercut from plywood and hand painted by myself. I think people love the fact they last, and can be used in a number of places (as a centrepiece, hung inside the house as well as the front door etc)
Do you have any plans or ambitions for the future?
I’d love to publish a book and get some of my designs into some great retailers such as John lewis!
Do you have a motto or inspirational quote?
Today is the tommorrow you worried about yesterday.
Describe your Christmas in 3 words…
Family, friends, togetherness