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A Bounty of Boxes to Fashion From Fabric & Paper. Quick and easy no-sew techniques for making beautiful origami boxes with our easy-to-follow how-to illustrations and photos. Make in a variety of sizes—and have fun embellishing them! There is no limit to the ways you can use these impressive boxes: pretty storage, home décor accents, gift boxes, party favors...Inspired by a traditional folded Japanese box (masu), the boxes can be funky, lavish, or elegant depending on the materials you choose. Perfect for fat quarters or those special papers you’ve been saving. Includes lots of embellishment ideas.
This handsome book is aimed towards those with an intermediate skill level, but the origami basics included at the start of the book make it accessible to beginners. A number of beautiful models are offered, ranging from cubes to prisms to dodecahedra. As with the author’s two previous books, Origami Inspirations provides step-by-step instructions and color distribution suggestions to create the more than 30 intricate designs presented. The book also includes a chapter featuring designs by origami artists from around the world, and these projects provide a happy complement to the author’s own exciting inspirations in the rest of the book.
Practice, in a novel way, the time-honored tradition of giving tips for good service by learning how to make a dozen origami money folds with eye-catching geometric designs. Clear folding steps with photographic detail enable you to fold all or most of the tips in a reasonably short time. The tips involve one, two, three, four, or six one-dollar bills, and all of them clearly display the face or faces of George Washington.
A gift for a special occasion like a birthday, wedding, or anniversary requires more than just a box. It requires an extraordinary and memorable box - one that will sometimes be considered as important and precious as the gift it contains. This book contains folding instructions for over 48 decorative box designs with the wall-lock structures of the traditional Japanese masu. Two foundation forms, that can also be used repetitively in square- grid tessellation patterns, constitute the starting points for all of the decorative lids. With a little practice, most of these boxes (bottoms and decorative lids) are foldable in about 15 to 30 minutes - a small amount of time for producing a fabulous gift component. A section at the end of the book outlines how to systematically explore many additional decorative designs similar to the ones presented.
Folding fabric origami style to make 3-dimensional quilted projects.
Make a Fabric Box Tonight! Linda Johansen takes her popular fabric-bowl technique a step further with fabric boxes, and you will not believe how fast, fun, and easy they are to make! 13 beautiful projects for Square Boxes, To-Go Boxes, Treasure Chests, Recipe Boxes, and more, all with lids included. 8 basic box designs offer unlimited options for creating your own variations. Each box is unique - choose theme fabrics, hand-dyes, or whatever catches your eye, and embellish to suit your style. Make your own quick gifts or gift boxes. BONUS instructions for fabric fortune cookies! Finalist in the "Hobby/Crafts/How-To" category of the USA Book News "Best Book Awards" contest for 2005. Make it quicker with fast2fuse® Double-Sided Fusible Stiff Interfacing!
Here is a truly unique and exciting folk art that makes people want to call Aunt Mary in Des Moines and tell her how easy it is. You can almost learn it over the phone. Created and named by Mary Lou Cook, pastecraft is simple and fun for the ?veriest? beginner, as the author says. Using paste, fabric and shellac to cover solid objects, PASTECRAFT is practical, creative and absolutely no-fail. It can transform throw-aways into something of beauty for gifts and home decorating. One can cover old trunks, suitcases, books, the refrigerator, frames, coffee tables, trays, file cabinets, and on and on and on. This book is a ?must? for every home, classroom and therapist's office. It brings ideas, inspiration, self-esteem, and joy to the maker, and it even convinces the so-called ?non-creative? person that he or she can truly do wonders with simple ingredients. And, included in this book is almost forty pages devoted to calligraphy, including instructions, ideas, quotes, and broadsides that can be reproduced for framing. MARY LOU COOK, a.k.a. MLC, is a true Renaissance woman, a master teacher, author, calligrapher, nuclear waste activist, inspirational speaker, Bishop of the Cloth, peace advocate, philosopher, bookbinder, needlewoman, counselor, and designer. And, to top it off, she has been named a Santa Fe Living Treasure. MLC has received many national and international honors and awards, and is often featured in book and the media. She calls herself an octogeranium. A rare flower indeed!

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