Decorative Paper Craft: Origami * Paper Cutting * Papier Mâché (Paperback)

Decorative Paper Craft: Origami * Paper Cutting * Papier Mâché By GMC Cover Image
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Paper craft is a fun and accessible hobby for people of all ages to enjoy. Decorative Paper Craft is the perfect introduction to this absorbing pastime. Here you will find more than 20 beautifully photographed projects for the home, gifts for friends and family, and decorations for special occasions. Inspirational designs feature paper cuts, party items, handy storage, and fabulous items to decorate your home.

All the projects have clear set-by-step instructions to guide you, and there are plenty of tips to help you on your way. So grab some pretty paper and start cutting, sticking and folding

Projects include:

  • Money-box bear
  • Pop-up bunny card
  • Valentine's papercut
  • Floral pom-poms
  • Butterfly chandelier
  • Christmas crackers
  • Heartfelt roses
  • Cutaway clock
  • Book sculpture
  • and so much more


The projects come from a variety of makers featured in Making magazine. The step-by-step illustrations/photographs are simple to follow, and all templates required are provided so you can recreate the designs. If you are a paper fan and love all things crafty then this book is for you



Product Details
ISBN: 9781784941741
ISBN-10: 1784941743
Publisher: GMC Publications
Publication Date: October 6th, 2016
Pages: 96
Language: English

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