Card making is undoubtedly one of the most popular paper crafts. Original and individually made cards are increasingly popular in gift stores but theye are expensive - handmade cards can be quick, cheap and simple. Personalised cards are becoming more and more popular as the craze for scrapbooking takes hold. Creating handmade cards using digital photos is a relatively new idea which shows keen cardmakers how to put their collection of digital photos to excellent use. Many people now own a digital camera and there are some fantastic new products on the craft market which enable you to transfer images to all sorts of materials to make wonderful cards from your photos. Packed with fabulous ideas, Greetings Cards using Digital Photos is a must for anyone who is interested in making their own cards. There are 18 step-by-step projects with cards to suit every occasion - birthdays, Christmas, birth announcements, new home and wedding and party invitations. The cards are made using a wide variety of techniques - some modern, some traditional and all from readily available art materials and papers.
The designs are simple and stylish and are imaginatively captured in stunning photography. With its easy-to-follow approach and contemporary design, this book allows the reader to create fabulous, personalised cards at home for a fraction of the retail cost.
Buy Greetings Cards Using Digital Photos book by Cheryl Owen from Australia's Online Independent Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(280mm x 215mm x mm)
New Holland Publishers Ltd
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Author Biography - Cheryl Owen
Cheryl Owen is a highly versatile craftsperson and designer. After working in the fashion industry, she went on to apply her design and drawing skills to mixed craft media. Author of a wide range of titles, Cheryl is also a regular contributor of craft projects and articles to leading homestyle magazines. She is the author of Handmade Gift Cards, Simple Glass Painting and Creative Ceramic Painting, also published by David & Charles. Cheryl lives in London.