Vintage Pop-up Cards: Making Your Own Timeless Treasures

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Sterling Publishing Company, 2007 - Crafts & Hobbies - 127 pages
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Holiday cards, sweetheart cards, humorous cards: they’re all “popping up” in this charming vintage collection. Warmly colored, and richly adorned with lace, beads, satin, and feathers, there’s nothing like them in the stores! These elaborate pre-1923 classics are not only beautiful in and of themselves; when disassembled, they also form the basis for 25 brand-new projects. After learning in detail exactly how these dimensional treasures are put together—the tools and techniques, the basics of construction, and the most authentic embellishments—you’re armed with the inspiration to create your own. Each project includes a photo of the card in its original form, images of every element in the card to photocopy or cut out, and instructions for rebuilding and redecorating your masterpiece.
  

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Vintage pop up cards

User Review  - mrskld - Overstock.com

Great book. Lots of projects, colorful clear pictures to copy, and good directions. Author gives suggestions, but your creativity is the limit. I had a ball putting my first 10 together. Pacing myself for the rest. Best of all, the cards look like vintage cards when you are done. Read full review

Vintage Pop-Up Cards: Making Your Own Timeless Treasures

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These books provide two entirely different approaches to crafting greeting cards. Browning (Paper Mosaics in an Afternoon ) offers step-by-step projects incorporating techniques from other crafts such ... Read full review

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