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CardMaker's Hand-Lettering Workbook
by Nancy Burke
A selection of lettering samples, a review of necessary tools, and a tutorial for each alphabet round out this instruction book for card-making enthusiasts.
CardMaker's Sketch Book: Ideas to Inspire Creative Card Making
by Tanya Fox
Card sketches have quickly become a favorite creative resource among card makers. Your interpretation of these 45 sketches, along with your extensive stash of supplies results in a one-of-a-kind statement of your affection.
Designer Cards & Tags with K & Company
by Tracey Niehues
K & Company is one of the most recognized names in scrapbooking and paper crafts and Tracy Niehues is one of its top designers. This follow-up to the company's successful "Designer Scrapbook" bestseller reaches out to the novice with both traditional and exciting new card and tag ideas for all occasions.
Fabulous Folds for Card Making
by Tanya Fox
Adding dimension and movement in your card designs is a great way to improve the overall look of your handmade cards. Although some folding techniques can appear difficult and intimidating, with clear close-up project photos, detailed folding diagrams, and a few basic tools, you can learn to make these folds with ease.
Painted Paper: Techniques & Projects for Handmade Books & Cards
by Alisa Golden
Create decorated papers as beautiful as any found in an art store! The results will be more distinctive and personal, too, with exactly the colors, themes, and design desired.
Vintage Pop-Up Cards: Making Your Own Timeless Treasures
by Taylor Hagerty
Holiday cards, sweetheart cards, humorous cards: they're all popping up in this charming vintage collection. Warmly colored, and richly adorned with lace, beads, satin, and feathers, there's nothing like them in the stores! These elaborate pre-1923 classics are not only beautiful in and of themselves; when disassembled, they also form the basis for 25 brand-new projects.
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