If the idea of creating something special from next to nothing appeals to you, then papier-m ch is the ideal craft. A pile of old newspapers, some glue and a couple of pots of paint are, surprisingly, almost all you need to create the 25 inspired ideas presented in this book. Objects both large and small range from traditional vases, bowls and frames to more unusual items such as a kaleidoscopic room divider, exotic blind pulls and a Cinderella chair. A techniques section introduces the beginner to making paper pulp, building armatures, layering, cutting and drying. For today s designers conscious of recycling, papier-m ch is the perfect medium to express creativity without the worry of waste and expense, and the subtle, sophisticated finishes shown in this book are perfect for the modern home. NEW CRAFTS: PAPIER M CH 25 creative projects shown step by step Marion Elliot CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM
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About the Author: Marion Elliot is a well-known artist and craft author who works in a broad range of materials. Her distinctive work is widely exhibited and sold in both London and New York.
Biblio NotesThe versatile art of papier-m che is brought to life in 25 innovative, yet achievable projects for the home Elegant ideas for pots, vases and bowls, plus a rococo screen, an embellished chair and a charming Mexican doll Over 250 photographs show exactly how to achieve every project, with a beautiful shot of each finished piece Explains all the techniques, equipment and know-how to produce professional-looking finishes, plus inspiring examples from historical and contemporary designers With photography by Peter Williams, the highly regarded craft, cooking and lifestyle photographer
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