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Making Cards

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This inspiring book is packed full of creative ideas for making cards for all occasions. You can follow the clear, simple step-by-step instructions exactly, or just use the imaginative ideas to create your own cards.
Paperback, 64 pages
Published July 28th 2006 by Usborne Publishing Ltd
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Aug 16, 2015 Amelia rated it it was amazing
I love these Usborne craft books. They're beautifully presented and chocka with great ideas that are well-explained, achievable, and you don't have to buy lots of specialist equipment to use. Making Cards is no different. To give you an idea of what it's like, allow me to break it down for you.

Equipment/Materials Needed:
- card or thick paper
- paper in different colours; wrapping paper (optional); old magazines (optional)
- pencil; standard and colouring
- ruler
- scissors
- paint
- paintbrush
- craft
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Fiona Watt graduated from Exeter University with a B.Ed. (Hons.), specialising in Psychology and Art and Design. After university she worked as a researcher and writer for a company which published educational material for places where children went on school visits (zoos, museums, stately homes etc). She then taught seven, eight, and nine year olds for five years; three years at a state school in ...more
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