Art of Layers: Simple Techniques, Inventive Scrapbook Pages, Imaginative Papercrafts

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Memory Makers, Mar 22, 2012 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Layer, Stitch, Scrunch, Pull & Flick

50 fabulous and simple step-by-step techniques that will be valuable for all crafters, from beginner mixed-media artists to advanced papercrafters and scrapbookers. 75+ imaginative layouts and projects using innovative techniques, that can be applied to any medium, whether papercrafter, fiber artist, or messy artist. A mixed-media crossover for all crafters or scrapbookers that will teach you how to make paper resemble lace, to flicking acrylic paint off of a toothbrush, or using household items to create your own stencil! Layer with Ronda Palazzari as she teaches you just how easy it is to get that desired layered look in any project. With five chapters, Art of Layers will help you build your skills, from various paper techniques, to working with fabric and adding embellishing, stamping, and experimenting with paints, mists and gesso. Accompanying projects show each technique in action and illustrate how they can be used in combination, to develop endless possibilities for an even grander project.

Layer, play and have fun with Art of Layers!

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Resources
Index
Copyright

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About the author (2012)

Ronda Palazzari is a 2009 Memory Makers Master and an active member of the scrapbooking community. From September 2009 to September 2010, she has had 43 pieces of her works published in magazines or idea books. She is the Design Team Coordinator for Cocoa Daisy kits and is on the design team of other manufacturers as well, including Crate Paper, Fancy Pants, Lily Bee and Purple Onion. She is an active instructor who recently taught at a scrapbooking event in Greece with Ali Edwards, Jenni Bowlin and Lisa Pace.

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