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  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 20 June 2018
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781782215585
  • Stock: 50+
  • Size: 190x235 mm
  • Illustrations: 600
  • Pages: 112
  • RRP Price: £9.99
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Paper Christmas

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16 papercrafting projects for the festive season by Emily Dawe

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Book Description

Craft your own Christmas in paper 16 festive projects for the perfect homemade holiday!

These fun papercraft projects range from simple yet effective bunting to intricate tree decorations, bell jar Christmas trees, and an advent calendar village. Give your holiday season the homemade touch, from wrapping paper to tree decorations, using very few materials and innovative techniques, such as printing with shaving foam and creating stunning greeting cards using gold embossing ink. Includes 64 traceable templates.

Emilys absolute favourite time of the year is Christmas: nothing comes close to the enchanting and magical feel you experience at Christmas, where you can go to town with trimmings and decorations, garlands and sparkle. I love the variety of crafts you can produce at this time of year too; from the delicate details on the table to giant stars and festive banners, you really can go all out if you want! Papercraft is my passion, so it made complete sense to combine this with my love of the festive season, to create an inspiring book of Christmas craft and wonder!

Table of Contents

Introduction

Tools

Materials

Techniques and basic tips

GIFT-GIVING PROJECTS: Greetings cards and gift tags

Marbled wrapping paper

Gift bow

DECORATIONS: 

Mini bunting

Origami stars

Tree trims

Winter trees in glass dome

Angel tree toppers

Diamond decorations

FESTIVE FUN:

Advent houses

Paper snowflakes

Wreath

Party hats

Favour cones

Index

 

About the Author

About Emily Dawe

Emily is a freelance stylist, craft designer and all round creative. Having worked with many of the industrys top brands, [such as Paperchase, Hobbycraft and Cricut] she has produced content for various blogs, how-to videos, styled lookbooks and taught workshops. Emily is also an Interior and Event Stylist, clients include Homesense, Costa Coffee and Furniture Village, and she often has features published in various UK magazines (Woman & Home, Real Homes, House Beautiful and Homestyle).

Emily has always been creative and crafty; from getting mucky with glitter and glue when she was little, to completing a degree in Illustration at Brighton university, to finally landing her dream role of Home & Craft Editor on Womans Weekly Magazine. She went on to work over The Craft Network, producing projects and presenting online tutorials for Ideal Home and teaching live workshops at brand events. She now hosts her own workshops in Heals, West Elm and Kirstie Allsopps The Handmade Fair, teaching everything from marbling and watercolour to origami and quilling.

Emilys absolute favourite time of the year is Christmas: nothing comes close to the enchanting and magical feel you experience at Christmas, where you can go to town with trimmings and decorations, garlands and sparkle. I love the variety of crafts you can produce at this time of year too; from the delicate details on the table to giant stars and festive banners, you really can go all out if you want! Papercraft is my passion, so it made complete sense to combine this with my love of the festive season, to create an inspiring book of Christmas craft and wonder!

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