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Paper Panda's Guide to Papercutting

Paper Panda's Guide to Papercutting
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SKU14688
Author
Paper Panda
ISBN Number
9781782213246
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This book has Paper Panda's very distinctive stamp on it and begins with a design section which takes the reader through a personal account of what inspires her, how she works, and how Paper Panda came about. The techniques involved in papercutting are fairly simple and easy to explain, and this is covered through step-by-step demos illustrating various techniques such as infilling. There is a design section, taking readers through the design process itself and including numerous examples of Louise's papercut designs.

Starting with the themes and subjects that inspire her, it explains how she creates finished artwork suitable for papercutting, followed by how to make the template itself, and how to use the papercut to make cards, framed pictures, and so on. The aim of this section will be not only to provide readers with an insight into Paper Panda's creative world, but also to inform and inspire people to design papercuts for themselves. There are 20 papercut projects in the book; five from Paper Panda herself and five each from three of Paper Panda's design colleagues (Sarah Trumbauer, Louise Dyer and Suzy Taylor - all accomplished papercutters with online presences).

Each project consists of a template, which is reproduced at full-size at the back of the book, and a finished paper cut, together with some simple instructions. The designs will be simple enough for beginners, though attractive and interesting enough to inspire more advanced papercutters. The projects themselves include cards, decorations, and mounted and framed pictures to hang on the wall, all using a variety of coloured and patterned papers to show off Paper Panda and friends' distinctive and beautiful designs to their best advantage.

Pub Date:
30/11/2016
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