Greeting Cards For The First Time

Greeting Cards For The First Time

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Make a greeting card that is a precious gift in itself, the very first time you try. From folding the cardstock to creating a dynamic presentation, this is the beginner's guide that answers every question and provides beautiful templates to copy. Wondering how to mix and match patterned papers, add a window, and use beads and other embellishments? Go straight to those sections and follow the simple instructions. Craft a card that coordinates stripes with French toile prints. Wish everyone a happy holiday with a twirling Christmas Tree Window Card: the tree twirls delightfully on a string. Send a new baby a card with a silver pacifier charm; later, the charm can go on a bracelet or necklace. You'll also learn how to sew objects onto a card, construct a multidimensional card or a pop-up, incorporate pressed flowers or eyelets, design collaged cards, and so much more.
Publisher: : Chapelle, c2003.
ISBN: 9781402703461
1402703465
Call Number: 745.594 GREETING
Characteristics: p.
Subjects: Greeting cards.
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KarenW
May 05, 2005

I have looked over a lot of books on how to make your own greeting cards, especially the ones who claim to be basic. And let me tell you, they are either too basic and a pre-schooler effort, or they are BORING cards! This one, however, is not like that at all! It has beautiful cards that go from elegance to fun, formal to informal using various doo-dads and methods. And tips! Easy to follow full color pictures show you exactly the tricks you need to complete the card as shown. Yee haw! Let me at it!

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