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Artist Brilliantly Recreated Her Favorite Characters Using Paper Art

Remember Kristy Edgar and her clever paper artworks of spooky characters we introduced to you a while ago? Well, if you had a good time adoring that awesome collection, we bet that you will appreciate this amazing series too! This time, Kristy continues to wow us with impressive paper art inspired by fictional characters, and the special thing is, each of them represents a letter from the English alphabet. So, if you want to teach a child about the ABCs, this is certainly a nice approach that both you and your kid will enjoy pretty much.

It took the artist about a month to finish this lovely project, and her effort was definitely worth the result. From Harry Potter’s forlorn ghost Moaning Myrtle to Disney’s iconic protagonists or the powerful X-Men, you will spot plenty of familiar faces in this list, and they even look cuter than the original versions! Just scroll down and take a look at these wonderful recreations yourself, we are sure that they will put a smile on your face.

#1. A is for Ace Ventura

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#2. B is for Blippi

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#3. C is for Cinderella

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#4. D is for Dexter (and Dexter!)

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#5. E is for Elphaba

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#6. F is for Forrest Gump

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#7. G is for Gollum

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#8. H is for Han Solo

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#9. I is for Isabelle

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#10. J is for Jessica Rabbit

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#11. K is for Kermit the Frog

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#12. L is for Luigi

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#13. M is for Moaning Myrtle

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#14. N is for Naruto

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#15. O is for Oscar the Grouch

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#16. P is for Poison Ivy

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#17. Q is for Quail Man

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#18. R is for Ron Burgundy

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#19. S is for Star Butterfly

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#20. T is for Totoro

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#21. U is for Urkel

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#22. V is for Velma

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#23. W is for Wall-E

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#24. X is for X-Men

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#25. Y is for Yzma

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#26. Z is for Zim

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