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The New Photo Crafts: Photo Transfer Techniques and Projects for Fabric, Paper, Wood, Polymer Clay & More

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You can do so much with your stash of memorable images. Fabric transfers are a particularly popular idea, or transfer photos to polymer clay with this first-ever discussion of a fabulous new skill. Enter the digital world to manipulate photos, or try creative photocopying, direct scanning, blueprinting, découpage, and more.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published June 30th 2001 by Lark Books
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Suzanne Tourtillott was born in post-war Germany but lives and works, happily, in Asheville, North Carolina. After studying and then teaching fine art and commercial photography, she turned to writing arts journalism for periodicals and, ultimately, to writing and editing craft books. Suzanne has edited more than 50 titles in jewelry, ceramics, needle crafts--even poetry. Her business/Twitter is ...more
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