The author presents a wide range of techniques for papercrafts, illustrating the methods and materials necessary for finishing many projects, including gift bags, gift boxes, wrapping, and stationary - all presented in step-by-step photographs.
Discover a fresh way to learn new papercrafts with this comprehensive, illustrated volume. This is an indispensable guide to exploring a wide spectrum of papercraft techniques. It gives the beginner a foundation, the intermediate a refresher and stimulates the advanced to extend their craft skills. Methods are demonstrated and then married with modern papers, equipment and ideas to give the reader confidence and inspiration to take it a stage further. Each technique is explained with step-by-step photographs and tips on specific materials and equipment. Taster projects allow the technique to be sampled, and inspirational Mix & Match galleries have illustrated suggestions for taking it further or combining it with other paper crafts. Hints and tips throughout suggest ways to combine techniques and materials for new and innovative looks and ways of working. Most of the techniques have an application for card making and there are gift boxes, gift bags, novelty gift wraps and simple stationery.
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Elizabeth Moad is a busy papercrafter, workshop tutor and author. In 2001 Elizabeth left her job in Cambridge and returned to full time study at Norwich School of Art and Design to complete a fine art degree, specialising in print making. During this study Elizabeth developed a passion for all papercrafts. Now accomplished in many crafting techniques, Elizabeth is widely known for her talent in many different papercrafts such as quilling, folding, stamping and collage. She is a regular contributor to UK magazine Crafts Beautiful with monthly paper quilling master classes and also contributes monthly to PaperCrafter! magazine as part of the "ask the experts" panel. Elizabeth has run craft workshops since 2006 and enjoys teaching regular groups in her home county of Suffolk. Since 2003 Elizabeth has published 7 titles.
Table of Contents
Introduction :A Passion for Paper; Getting Started: paper and equipment fully explained with each technique, but the basic tool kit is illustrated: glues scissors papers: weight, textures, suitability, collecting and storage Before Your Begin: workspace storage health & safety time management selling your work specialist guilds Essential Techniques: cutting scoring folding cutting apertures making up cards Perfect Packaging: boxes gift bags envelopes; THE TECHNIQUES (105 pages): Cut Out collage punches applique quilting, applique & embroidery stencils motifs decoupage; Curl & Coil quilling (basic and advanced) Fold & Weave papuela and weaving; Lace[registered] origami teabag folding iris folding mizuhiki; Relief pergamano parchment pricking and piercing embossing; Printing & Presenting rubber stamping scrapbooking; Three-dimensional & Motion paper sculpture and architecture pop up fold cut concertina slot in; Glossary; Templates; Suppliers; Index
Paper Crafter's Bible by Elizabeth Moad
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