In German it's scherenschnitte, Chinese jiahzhi, Dutch knippen, Ukrainian vyxynanky. You get the idea. Crafts artists from all over the world have the patience to spend hundreds of hours cutting paper into elaborate folk designs, all the patterns held together in one continuous piece.
This particular work was one of several wall hangings at the Heirloom Restaurant in Midway, Kentucky:
And here are some macros--or at least closeups--of the panel. Note the tricky cuts on the rabbit's leg:
For more closeups from all over, or to enter your own macros, be sure to check out Lisa's Chaos here every Monday.