Ultimate Cardmaking

Ultimate Cardmaking

A Collection of Over 100 Techniques and 50 Inspirational Projects

Book - 2008
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A solid greeting card has the power to touch the human heart and it will compel its reader to feel, to laugh, to smile. Play your cards right - 'Ultimate Cardmaking' is the only card book you ever need buy! Covering a wide range of occasions from anniversaries to seasonal highlights, children's cards to invitations, this fabulous collection features the best cards from Sarah Beaman's two previous books - 'Fast Cards' and 'The Complete Guide to Cardmaking' - and a range of new and exclusive cards.

 

The book is packed with creative techniques covering every type of card making. Clear step-by-step pictures and detailed instructions take you through every technique, from creating hand-stitched or beaded edges for cards to pressing and attaching flowers. Moreover, a gallery section provides readers with a bevy of new cardmaking ideas.

Published: London : Collins & Brown ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. and Canada by Sterling Pub. Co. , 2008.
ISBN: 9781843404385
1843404389
Branch Call Number: 745.5941 BEA
Characteristics: 192 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,29 cm.
Alternative Title: Ultimate card making

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heliopsis24
Nov 19, 2010

very neat book with a lot of fun examples to do for your own projects

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gumption3
Mar 04, 2010

If you're looking for techniques to expanding your creativity with paper, this book will do that. It isn't the trendy stuff so much as it shows you how to do things that will work with any style that is current. Great for beginners as well as experienced crafters & scrappers.

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