by Gina Fava (Goodreads Author)
The #1 NY Times best-selling author, Douglas Preston calls Gina Fava's THE SCULPTOR, "A harrowing journey of non-st…more
The #1 NY Times best-selling author, Douglas Preston calls Gina Fava's THE SCULPTOR, "A harrowing journey of non-stop action. Highly recommended."
In THE SCULPTOR, the serial killer known as the Sculptor is preying on Rome's graduate students. Barely thwarting the Sculptor's attacks in Rome, Venice, Tuscany, and the Swiss Alps, student Mara Silvestri must uncover the family secrets in her past that draw him to her before he claims her as his prized masterpiece. It's a thriller for fans who love Lisa Gardner, Harlan Coben, and Thomas Harris novels. [close]
by Jorge Paricio
Scrapbook or photo album designs and embellishments
Handcrafted greeting cards and decorative envelopes
Invitations & decorations for weddings, parties, events, etc.
Frames, signs, banners, calendars, accents, and other home decor
Customize your next holiday: Christmas ornaments, Valentine's cards, Halloween, Thanksgiving, or Easter decorations, Birthday Party, Baby Shower, and Wedding/Reception embellishments
Home decor for kitchens, living rooms, gardens, home offices, and family rooms
Add some flair to quilts, blankets, hair pins/clips/ties, clothes, jackets, backpacks, purses or handbags
For the kids: add a flourish to school projects, arts & crafts, dioramas, posters, etc.
Decorative art, collages, papercrafting, and other crafts projects
Upcycle with Sizzix offers detailed instructions on how to use a Sizzix die cutting machine to create projects from recycled papers, fabrics, and other materials. Learn how to upcycle found materials in all sorts of crafty projects like collages, banners, gift-giving, and small home decor items, with a new project on nearly every page. Each project includes a detailed materials list and walks crafters through any special techniques that are needed.
Packed with photos, illustrations and ideas, Upcycle with Sizzix will have crafters creating amazing elements in no time. And by using "found materials" including music sheet paper, magazine pages, leather, aluminum, old greeting cards, wrapping paper, and lightweight cardboard packaging, they'll feel great about the green projects that are created. [close]
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