Here is her own description of the process:
My folk art-inspired papercuttings are entirely handcut (no diecuts or lasercuts!) by me from a single piece of paper. They are mounted on Canson, bright white, acid free base board (0.6mm thickness) with archival permanence.
Suzy is a newbie at Etsy, where her work caught my eye because it is so like those wonderful Medieval woodcuts used in early printing - not so much William Blake, who concentrated more on the human form, but something like this one of Early London -
William Caxton introduced the printing press in 1476. This woodcut is of London, from Caxton's Chronicles of England, and printed in 1497 by Caxton's successor.
© Museum of London
Suzy produces all kinds of art, and this one is just her current passion. Check her out at Vegaslammy at Etsy. Oh, darn, now I have to buy one! (I am not an artaholic... I am not an artaholic...)
Oh, this a postscript. EtsyVeg featured an interview with me today. I am very excited about this. Take a look at it here.