Art of Papercutting

Art of Papercutting

Book - 2011
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Baker & Taylor
Presents step-by-step instructions for projects, including personalized greeting cards, decorations, and gift tags.

Simon and Schuster
Papercutting has a long history, originally as a traditional folk art practised across Europe and North America, and now elevated to new, sophisticated levels.

Here, Deborah Schneebeli-Morrell presents a stunning collection of 35 papercutting projects, ranging from party decorations, découpage pictures and paper flowers, to greetings cards and gift tags. All have easy-to-follow instructions, with advice on the best paper to use for a superb result. Papers used in this book range from lightweight crepe paper and tissue to heavier weight card and watercolour paper. Recycling plays an important role, too—finding, collecting and using small scraps of discarded paper to incorporate into something new is a rewarding process. Here you will find wallpaper, postage stamps, gift wrap and postcards given a new lease of life. Whether you are new to the art of papercutting, or a skilled crafter looking for fresh ideas, the projects featured in the book will inspire you to pick up your scissors and a sheet of paper and create something beautiful.

Publisher: S.l. : Ryland Peters & Small 2011
ISBN: 9781907563799
1907563792
Branch Call Number: 745.54 SCH 2011

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