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Cards Galore: More Than 150 Handmade Card Ideas

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Create personalized handmade cards for any occasion: birthdays, weddings, invitations, holidays, parties, baby showers, and moreLearn 15 versatile techniques for card making, including punching, stamping, quilling, working with textiles, alcohol inking, glass painting, folding, metalwork, and embossingInspiring examples of cards using each technique, with lists of ...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published September 1st 2013 by Stackpole Books (first published August 1st 2013)
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Excessivecharm
Feb 17, 2014 Excessivecharm rated it it was ok
If you are an experienced paper-crafter, looking for new ideas, this is not the book for you. If you are new to paper-crafting and are looking for clear directions to get you started, this is also not the book for you. Many of the cards in this book are poorly done (specifically in the painting with paint glass section), and in one section, she buys stickers and puts them onto a card she scored. The paper-quilling techniques as well as the paper-folding techniques lack any helpful instruction ...more
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