Jeanette has created this Hamsa papercutting template so you can make art for any occasion. The Hamsa has special significance in many cultures. The Hebrew word in the center is L'chaim (to life!). Cut on the black lines, remove the gray areas, and you will have a beautiful papercut. Back your finished papercut with colored paper or fabric (not included) for your handmade work of art! The pdf you download after purchasing will print backwards, so the drawn lines are on the BACK of your printed paper. The black lines won't show on the front of your finished papercut. Size it as you'd like.
Backing your papercut
This is an example of a background color. The color background is up to you!