Free Bird Tattoo Designs.

I feel honored when people request permission to use my papercut designs as tattoos. So I created these birds in case someone wants to use them as body art (or in any other way). Birds are special creatures. They have fascinated and inspired us since the beginning of times. These ones are a mix of modern and ancient. Just like the art of flying :) 


Download this photo in high resolution.

If you ever adopt any of these birdies I would love to see a picture. I made them with lots of love so they can transmit good energy.

Below you can see my designs living in the skin of some special ladies. 


Cameron T.

Tatoo 1
Tattoo 2
Wiji Lacsamana. Graphic illustrator based in Makati City, Philippines.


I hope that you enjoy my birdies. Have a great day!

Elsita :)

Two Free Embroidery Patterns for You.

Bird and fish embroidery pattern small.

Owl embroidery pattern small.


Here is a little gift for you. I drew these two scenes in case you feel like starting a fun embroidery project.

Some of the things that you could use this patterns for are:

*A bag with a simple shape and the embroidery on the front.

*A decorative pillow for your sofa or bed.

*Framed embroidery art.

*An apron.

*A skirt.

*The front or back of a simple shirt.

If you have any other suggestions I would love to hear them!

I hope that you enjoy these patterns :)


Download the hight resolution images below:

Bird and fish embroidery pattern: View this photo

Owls embroidery pattern: View this photo


(If you ever embroider any of these designs I would LOVE to see a picture of it) 


Embroidery Project :)




I am getting ready to start a little embroidery project. For inspiration I just got the book that you see up there in the picture and I LOVE IT! It has a lot of beautiful photographs of real-deal embroidery works from the 18th Century. During those times embroidery was a serious word and one of the most sophisticated forms of decorative art. What I will do will be very modest, something that a five-year-old girl from the 18th century would complete in fifteen minutes but it will be a nice beginning for me. I just designed a simple pattern that I am more than happy to share with you. Let's see what it comes out from all this! I will show you the final product as soon as it is finished!
See you tomorrow!
Elsita :)

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