Character Wreaths

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Krause Publications, Jan 1, 2002 - Crafts & Hobbies - 48 pages
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The home decor market is going strong - with little sign of slowing - and wreaths are an extremely popular way to add panache to one's home. This book goes beyond the typical flower and fruit wreaths. Readers will find characters that relate to seasons and holidays, including Uncle Sam, Miss Liberty, Santa, a mummy, and Father Time. Focusing on technique, authors Kasey Rogers and Mark Wood cover the basics of creating a character wreath, from making the face to adding the sleeves to complete the perfect outfit. Each of the projects includes stunning photographs and step-by-step instructions.

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About the author (2002)

Kasey Rogers and Mark Wood have written several books, including Hallowe'en Crafts: Eerily Elegant Decor and Character Wreaths. In addition to Kasey's star stint as Louise Tate in TV's Bewitched, she has also sold screenplays, was a featured columnist for the Los Angeles Herald Examiner and other newspapers, and has had stories and photographs published in numerous magazines from Vogue to Motorcyling. Both Kasey and Mark have made many guest appearances on both radio and TV in the United States.

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