Welcome to Scissor Sisters Art

Scissor Sisters Art has been created by a mother and daughter team who wanted to surprise and delight mothers and children alike with unique and inspiring art pieces. All pieces are completely original and hand-made in Tasmania using stunning Yuzen (Japanese) papers.

The range includes wooden ready to hang plaques, badges, silver pendants and hand-made cards. We are also happy to create 'one offs' if you need a particular size or unique design. Scroll down the page to see our playful pieces of art.

For enquiries and orders please email scissorsistersart@gmail.com or phone 0412 717785.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Tasmanian wood bangles featuring hand-screened Japanese paper (bottom bangle is Blackwood and top two bangles are Huon Pine).

Hello there and thanks for stopping by the Scissor Sisters Blog!

Quite a few people have been asking the SS what markets we have coming up for the rest of the year so here is the list ...

Salamanca Market Saturday 26 October *

Salamanca Market Saturday 16 November *

Xmas Barn Market Saturday 30 November

Salamanca Market Saturday 7 December *

* As we have a casual spot at Salamanca, we do not know our site number until the week before our market date.  I will post position details on our Facebook page close to the market date so be sure you are a SS LIKER so you are in the know!

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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Hope Blossoms Eternal

Yuzen Blossoms featuring our signature pink and gold paper and French black lace.
A lovely and surprising thing happened at The Barn Market on Saturday that we wanted to share with you.

A lady came up to our stall and we were having a chat. Her gaze fell upon our framed blossom picture, her face crumpled and she started crying. Lucy and I were both taken aback and of course asked her if she was ok. It turned out her friend had been diagnosed with cancer some time ago and had fought a brave battle and won! 

In honour of her struggle each of her 5 friends had tattooed a Japanese blossom (similar design to the one pictured) on their bodies. What an amazing story don't you think?

She then bought the picture for her brave friend. Such an honour that one of our pieces should present such an incredible struggle. We do hope she liked it : )