Glue Gun Decor: How to Dress Up Your Home-from Pillows and Curtains to Sofas and Lampshades

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Stewart, Tabori and Chang, May 1, 2005 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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Ready, set, glue! One of the hottest trends in home decorating today is the creative use of a glue gun to transform objects, accessories, furniture, and even architectural details into elegant, one-of-a-kind creations. In "Glue Gun Decor", design diva Marian McEvoy provides all the guidance beginners and experienced designers will need to master this amazingly affordable decorating method.
A comprehensive how-to guide, the book features easy-to-follow instructions for using a glue gun to embellish walls, ceilings, furniture, frames, lampshades, pillows, upholstery, flowerpots, and more with materials ranging from fabric and appliquis to shells and leaves. Fifty unique projects are included, many of them explained in step-by-step photographs. With "Glue Gun Decor", do-it-yourself decorators will be gluing their way to a more beautiful home in no time.

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Contents

getting started
9
TOOLS YOU NEED
19
PILLOWS LAMPSHADES
31
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Marian McEvoy is former editor in chief of both "Elle Decor" and "House Beautiful". She has written for such publications as the "International Herald Tribune, Vogue", and "Harper's Bazaar", and has made numerous television appearances. "Glue Gun Decor" is her first book. Prior to becoming a specialist in architecture and design photography, Chris Kendall was involved in building restoration and furniture design. He lives in Rhinebeck, New York.

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