- Greeting cards
- Collage elements
- Book covers
- Wrapping decorations
- Ornaments and mobiles
- Table decorations and doilies
If you scan your cutout, you can print the design on stationary or print the design on iron–on transfer paper for T–shirts, aprons, book covers, etc...
You can also make your own paper cut patterns using
- Coloring books
- Embroidery patterns
- Your own drawings
Here's a link to the embroidery pattern I used to make my quick lunch bag wrapping.
Any more ideas? Paper cuts are too fun not to use and share.