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Ekrem demonstrates how to craft 21 lovely Old-World–style journals, some using repurposed materials and found objects, and provides instructions for making accessories like tassels and adding decorative inking, stamping, and stitching.
Any paper—magazines, newspapers, wrapping paper, copy paper—can be upcycled into a variety of shapes and sizes of paper beads that can be used to make colourful, unique pieces of jewelry that no one would guess are made from paper.
Enjoy the versatility, creativity and endless possibilities stencils provide. Right here is your all-access pass to learn how to create and use all types of stencils—from carefully cut Mylar to lace, leaves and other found objects.
Anna Joyce is the perfect instructor to teach the skills needed to create more than 25 masterpieces for the home and wardrobe that readers will want to wear, live with, and most importantly, make by hand.
Use this book to create stylish and useful items for each room in the house, using your own choice of fabrics and colours. Projects and inspiration are provided for every level of skill.
Get inspired by this beautiful collection of journal pages from artists all over the globe, spanning a variety of mediums from paint to illustration to collage. Suitable for beginners and seasoned art journalers alike.
If you can chop vegetables and boil water, you can make paper. It's easy with this fascinating step-by-step guide to making paper with vegetable fibers. No special tools are required, and quality results can be had in a very short time.
Rag-rug making is a traditional craft which is now enjoying a revival, inspired by the desire to transform recycled materials into unique, hand-crafted pieces for the home.
Hand Sewing Magic is an essential reference for all things stitching, including how-tos for dozens of stitches, sewing and mending basics, stunning embroidered embellishments, and fun, creative projects.
Making Ink delves into the history of ink-making and the science of distilling pigment. You’ll learn how to use materials such as soot, rust, and peach pits and transform them into rich, vibrant inks that are sensitive to the environment.
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