Now I Can Paper Craft 20 Hand-Crafted Projects to Make by Tansy Wilson
  

Now I Can Paper Craft 20 Hand-Crafted Projects to Make

Written by Tansy Wilson
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Synopsis

Now I Can Paper Craft 20 Hand-Crafted Projects to Make by Tansy Wilson

Now I Can Paper Craft is the follow-up title to GMC's recently published Now I Can Sew. Now I Can Paper Craft is the perfect introduction for children aged 8+ to the amazing world of paper crafting. The book contains 20 diverse projects ranging in complexity from paper windmills and pop-out greetings cards to quilling and three- dimensional animal heads. The projects are designed to be created by children from start to finish and the book contains a tools, materials and techniques section. All projects appeal to both boys and girls. Projects include: paper puppets, mobiles, face masks, owl lights and paper beads.

About the Author

Tansy Wilson is based in Somerset, UK, and has 20 years' experience in the craft industry. She teaches jewellery design at her local Further Education College. Tansy is a regular contributor to GMC's magazines and has also had two jewellery books published by GMC Publications.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Tansy Wilson
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Publisher

Sterling an imprint of Sterling Publishing Co Inc

Publication date

15th September 2016

ISBN

9781784942441


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