Book by Hickey Julie Pinder Polly Balchin Judy Powell Mich
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"Learn how to make cards using punches, eyelets, beads, peel-offs, glass paint, polymer clay and more!" --MyShelf.com It's all about the money. Have you seen the price of birthday cards for example? At the risk of sounding like my grandmother, it costs what the present used to cost. But seriously, why not be creative and make your own cards? If, like me, this isn't where your creativity lies, don't give up so easily. It doesn't mean that you can't put together a good enough card to personalise the present without it costing the earth. And especially if there are kids involved. This is where it becomes really fun. Not only will this be time away from the television or computer, it will also introduce a different way of thinking of things. The options in this book are many but it also gives your imagination free rein by showing different ideas and having you think in that way. You can, of course, go the extravagant route where the card becomes the present, but you can also personalise a present with a card that says as much about you as it does about the one receiving the gift. And those are really special. Diane de Beer-Pretoria NewsReseña del editor:
This new cardmaking compendium comprises material from the following 18 titles in the "Handmade Greetings Card" series: "Punched Cards", "Embossed Cards", "Eyelet Cards", "Glitter Cards", "Metal and Wire Cards", "Polymer Clay Cards", "Silk Ribbon Cards", "Card and Thread Cards", "Quick Parchment Cards", "Glass Painted Cards", "Tea Bag Folded Cards", "Peel-Off Cards", "Rubber Stamped Cards", "Watercolour Cards", "Beaded Cards", "Quilled Cards", "Three-Dimensional Cards", and "Iris Folded Cards". The compendium features the introductions and techniques sections from the original titles with projects that have not appeared in any previous compendium. Together they make an exhaustive guide to cardmaking techniques that will inspire beginners and experienced craftspeople alike. Fourteen creative crafters show how to create beautiful cards using techniques such as rubber stamping, quilling, beading, watercolour painting, punching and many more. All the projects are clearly demonstrated using step-by-step photography and there are plenty of wonderful card ideas to inspire beginners and experienced crafters alike. It includes features such as: eighteen techniques simply explained; over 400 step-by-step photographs; the perfect way to try new crafts; and cards for any occasion.
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