Practical Stamp Decorating: Projects for Home Ornaments and Accessories

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Southwater, 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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The book begins with a techniques section that explains the basics of stamp decorating - from buying stamps or making your own, through to applying paint and creating special effects, with many helpful tips for working on different surfaces such as wood, cotton, linen, canvas, calico and muslin. Whether you want to add a simple design to a kitchen chair, brighten up a set of cushions or redocorate curtains, this is the only reference book, practical manual and inspirational sourcebook for stamping ideas you will ever need.

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Stewart Walton is an acknowledged expert in the field of interior design. He has designed a bestselling range of stencils, appeared on television as an authority on interior decoration and contributed to a number of books.

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