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CQ Mother Card Pattern by Denise Cameron  Product 34 of 63 in category All Books, Patterns, DVD, CD  Paper Crafts Workshop Beginner Guide to Techniques & Projects

Handmade Victorian Cards

Handmade Victorian Cards

$13.95 

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Packed with innovative ideas, offering exciting and fun-filled mix of step-by-step projects and techniques.
Perfect for cardmakers and papercrafters, each easy-to-use book shows how to create a wonderful selection of designs, with expert guidance on how to create stylish cards of your own.
Joanna Sheen shows how to make beautiful cards using lace and calligraphy papers, pressed flowers, vintage photographs, doilies and techniques such as stamping, layering and paper weaving.
Learn to make beautiful cards with a Victorian theme. - Clear step-by-step instructions - Techniques simply explained - All materials readily available - Packed with inspirational ideas
Shows how to make cards using Victorian inspired ideas Step by step instructions on creating all the projects shown in the book. Includes a variety of craft techniques including decoupage, stamping and pressed flowers

Size: 8" x 10.25"
Pages: 48
Cover: Paperback

ISBN-10: 1844482464

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 15 January, 2008.
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