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A picture's worth a thousand words--but a picture on a page colorfully decorated by the latest in rubber stamps is worth a million! Stamps make it so easy to add frames, imaginative details, and clever motifs. They'll turn a plain piece of paper into a personalized calendar or transform thin slats of balsa into attractive "wooden postcards." Have lots of pictures to frame? Make it a triple play with a triple window-frame card. One suggestion: place your pictures inside three portholes, and then continue the ocean theme with stamped fish and sponged-on "water." You'll cherish these brilliant ideas and use them again and again!
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Known for her vibrant use of color and her bubbly enthusiasm, rubber stamp authority Dee Gruenig brings her unmistakable style to another eye-catching volume. This time the emphasis is on stationery items and other paper goods: cards, envelopes, address labels, gift-wrap and packaging, journal covers, calendars, and bookmarks, although she has included a number of other items such as aprons, ornaments, a necklace, and mouse pads. Rather than simply inking stamps with a single color off an ink pad, Gruenig loves to play, combining multiple colors with markers, brayers, and sponges, and often creating backgrounds as eye-popping as the images themselves. Many of her projects incorporate the photo frame idea, utilizing an open or border design inside of which can be placed a photo, a written greeting, or even clear cellophane to make a little gift package. Subtler crafters may be put off by her Technicolor palette, but her vivid imagination and excellent directions should have wide appeal. --Amy HandyAbout the Author:
Dee Gruenig, author of such best-selling books as The Great Rubber Stamp Book, pioneered the use of rubber stamps for decoration at her original stamp and paper store. Through her workshops and writing, she has opened crafters' eyes to the endless possibilities of this art form.
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Book Description Sterling/Chapelle. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 080691551X. Seller Inventory # Z080691551XZN
Book Description Sterling/Chapelle, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. 1st such. Seller Inventory # DADAX080691551X
Book Description Sterling/Chapelle, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M080691551X