Crafting With Vellum and ParchmentBook - 2001
Beautifully strong, yet with smooth and translucent surfaces, vellum and parchment have long been the papers of choice for wedding invitations and flyleaves in books. Their fine qualities also work wonderfully for crafting and really stand up to intricate piercing, cutting, and folding. A well-respected artist and designer presents a variety of techniques from image transfers and stamping to embossing and flower pressing for a dimensional look; the elegant and classic projects include cards, containers, lanterns, and other decorations. Edge notepaper with borders inspired by antique lace and make lampshades that glow warmly under the light, cornucopia sachets, framed nature prints, window and woven cards, three-panel luminarias, a foldout book, and incandescent star ornaments. The design possibilities are practically unlimited!
Publisher: New York : Sterling, 2001
Branch Call Number: 745.54 BROW
Characteristics: 112 p. : col. ill