Fantastic paper carving that will definitely win your heart
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Paper carving is a very ancient art that was originally invented in China a little less than two thousand years ago together with the invention of paper itself. Gradually, art spread all over the world and became really popular. The ability to create a work of art from a single sheet of paper only with the help of a sharp knife is not given to everyone, and the artist Pippa Dyrlaga from the small town of Mirfield, West Yorkshire, England, can be proud of her amazing works. Let's enjoy this beautiful art!
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