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by Taylor Hagerty

ePub Make It in Minutes: Greeting Cards download
Author:
Taylor Hagerty
ISBN13:
978-1600590337
ISBN:
1600590330
Language:
Publisher:
Lark Books (May 1, 2007)
Category:
Subcategory:
Crafts & Hobbies
ePub file:
1423 kb
Fb2 file:
1466 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
374

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If you're interested in making pop-up and novelty Christmas cards, I would check out "The Practical . A better option for someone who is not advanced would be "Make It in Minutes: Greeting Cards" by Taylor Hagerty.

If you're interested in making pop-up and novelty Christmas cards, I would check out "The Practical Step-by-Step Guide to Making Pop-up & Novelty Cards" by Trish Phillips. What can you do with old Christmas cards? you can make old christmas cards into pumpkins

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The cards in Make It In Minutes Greeting Cards, are cute and do-able without being over-embellished and fussy. I've been making cards for a couple of years now, so I have some experience

The cards in Make It In Minutes Greeting Cards, are cute and do-able without being over-embellished and fussy. And, they can be made in minutes without looking rushed or too simple. Absolutely Awesome Idea Book. Published by Thriftbooks. I've been making cards for a couple of years now, so I have some experience. That said, the cards are easy to assemble using materials most of us cardmakers already have on hand. Beginners should be OK with the instructions - there aren't step-by-step diagrams, but there is a full-page color photo of each card, and fairly detailed instructions for how to put it together.

Why go for store-bought when it’s so easy to handmake a personal card? This snappy guide offers countless creative ways to say “Happy Birthday,” “Best Wishes,” or simply “I’m Thinking of You.” Plus, it takes no time, with these simple and lovely designs that cover almost any imaginable occasion. There are gift tags, postcards, tri-folded cards, and ones decorated with paint, beads, craft wire, fabric, and even polymer clay and silk flowers. An introductory section teaches techniques ranging from adhering sequins and applying glitter to embossing and rubber stamping—along with instructions on making matching envelopes.
  • I have been scrap booking and making cards for years, and I sometimes like to find some new ideas. Based on the price (about $5), and the reviews, I decided to give it a try. I don't feel that it was a total waste of money, since it wasn't that expensive. I did get a couple of ideas and I liked some of the "time saving tips" on each page. If you are a beginner and fairly new to card making, this is a great book. Almost all of the materials are things you have on hand. The cards are nice and easy to make. Even if there is something you don't have handy, the cards are easy to adapt. They also sometimes give you ideas on other items you can use. Most books and magazines have such elaborate designs and materials the average person doesn't have, but that wasn't the case with this book. A couple of the cards require polymer clay (which is probably the only item I didn't have), but you can easily use something else like a sticker, charm, or die cut. There are also plenty of websites that you can use to get "free" ideas and inspiration. So, if you are fairly new to card making, it probably worth $5 to get started. If you are not a beginner, you probably will not get a lot out of it.

  • good book for a beginner and thats what I am. Fun to look thru and stop when you see something that appears pretty easy. Lots of pointers that a beginner would never think of.

  • Good... every little bit of inspiration helps.

  • Cute card ideas, and pretty easily done.

  • Good book for a beginner like me. I still haven't made any cards but there are so many ideas in this book that there's no excuse for me not getting down to business.

  • This is a very nice book. Easy to follow and very colorful. It has a variety of cards to make and I will be trying all.

  • Gift for a crafty person. Loved it.

  • I purchased this to get more ideas for making cards. It was useful and handy for a quick to make card.