Decorating with Paper & Paint: Combining Découpage & Faux Finish Techniques

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Sterling Pub., 1998 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Add spots of brightness, dashes of originality, and whiffs of whimsy all through your home with these fresh and fun dicoupage and faux finish projects. In minutes you'll learn the basics of decorating objects with cut and torn paper and fabric, as well as creating the look of veined marble, burled wood, and other finishes. Practice your talents on a Memory Box, Ginger Jar Lamp, Child's Contempo Chair, Gossamer Mirror, and 14 more. 128 pages (all in color), 8 1/2 x 10.

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Rhonda Rainey worked as an artist educator for 20 years teaching all areas of the visual arts and crafts. In 1996, she left the public school system to pursue her art career full time. She is a freelance designer for numerous craft companies. Her published books include "Heartfelt Ways to Say Goodbye, "Designing with Paper and Paint, and "Faux Finishing for the first timer.

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