The Card Book

The Card Book

Book - 2001
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Baker & Taylor
Explains how to create one's own greeting cards to suit any occasion and offers thirty projects for birthday, holiday, wedding, and anniversary cards.

DK Publishing
Everyone appreciates the thought and care behind a homemade card. In The Card Book Susan Attenborough shows that, far from being daunting, making your own greeting cards is fun, easy, and satisfying. Here are 30 ingenious and imaginative designs for a wide range of greeting cards. They include cards for birthdays, the birth of a baby, new home, good luck, Valentine's Day, and wedding anniversaries. Ideas for Christmas, Easter, Diwali, Hanukkah, and other religious festivals are all included. Techniques Made Easy: Twelve craft techniques, including pop-ups, slot-ins, quilling, and embossing, are explained step-by-step with the aid of clear, detailed photographs and a template section. With this original collection of creative greeting card projects as an inspiration, you will never need to buy a commercially-made card again.

Baker
& Taylor

Offering a host of creative suggestions for Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Muslim, and other holidays and celebrations, this original, step-by-step guide explains how to create one's own greeting cards to suit any occasion and offers thirty stylish projects for birthday, wedding, anniversary, and Valentine's Day cards.

Publisher: New York : DK Pub., 2001
Edition: 1st American ed
ISBN: 9780789480200
0789480204
Branch Call Number: 745.5941 At818c 2001
Characteristics: 128 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: DK Publishing, Inc

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