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Description - The Crafter's Guide to Papercutting by Emily Hogarth

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The complete guide to cutting paper for artworks, greetings cards, keepsakes, and more.

The appeal of papercutting is that anyone can try it, the equipment is cheap, and the results are stunning. All you need is practice to perfect the art. This beautiful book will introduce you to the world of papercutting and show you how to create your own exquisite works of art. Beginners will have all the knowledge they need to get started: from basic techniques to creative step-by-step projects. It's also a great resource for the more advanced papercutter: materials, techniques, and inspirational projects all feature. Learn about the history of papercutting and be inspired by the work from many international papercutting artists.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781844488957
ISBN-10: 1844488950
Format: Paperback / softback
(254mm x 215mm x 12mm)
Pages: 144
Imprint: Search Press Ltd
Publisher: Search Press Ltd
Publish Date: 1-Nov-2019
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Emily Hogarth

Emily Hogarth's relationship with paper started while she was studying textiles at Edinburgh College of Art. She found papercutting was a quick way of creating sharp, bold, and uniquely individual stencils for screen printing. After graduating she went on to study an MA in textiles, where her papercutting developed and she learned to apply and integrate these unique designs to illustrations and graphic designs. Today she runs her own design business, Emily Hogarth Designs, as well as exhibiting work throughout the UK. She currently lives and works in Edinburgh. This is her website: www.emilyhogarth.com.

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