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  • Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 09 March 2021
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9780804854016
  • Stock: 42 in stock
  • Size: 191x255 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 144
  • RRP: £12.99
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A Beginner's Guide to Paper Wildflowers

£12.99

Learn to make 43 beautiful flowers by Emiko Yamamoto

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With just scissors, a few sheets of colourful Tant origami paper and craft glue, you can create breathtaking paper flowers. The chapters are divided into Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, so your paper bouquet can always be in season! A Beginner's Guide to Paper Wildflowers features more than 40 distinct flowers, including: Grape Hyacinth, Bluebell, Wild Tulip, Climbing Rose, Lavender Poppy, Forget-Me-Not, Wheat, Snowdrop, Primrose and more! Show off the finished pieces in a shadow box, make special handmade cards, fill vases full of flowers that will never wilt, or decorate items such as place settings and gift toppers.

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About Emiko Yamamoto

Emiko Yamamoto is a graduate of Nagoya University of the Arts, where she first exhibited paper artworks. Her experience there sparked an abiding love of creating beautiful three-dimensional art with paper. Emiko's paper creations have been featured in many exhibitions, and she is often commissioned to create paper art for advertisements and magazines. She is continually developing new forms of expression using paper, including work with paper illustrations and displays. Emiko is president of the Paper Decoration Association in Japan, where she lives and hosts paper crafting workshops. She is the author of several Japanese books on the subject of paper cutting art, as well as Tuttle Publishing's English edition of Paper Flower Note Cards. Visit Emiko's paper crafting website at www.y-ycreation.com.

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