Paper mobiles, toys, Christmas and table decorations - these are just some of the interesting things to be made with a piece of paper. With the help of numerous illustrations, Ian Adair gives step-by-step instructions on how to make a variety of objects, and explains the techniques of folding, cutting, scoring and gluing. In the course of creating practical and attractive models, paper-woven commodities, toys, origami figures and other designs, a wide assortment of papers is used. Cartridge and corrugated paper, tissue, crÍpe and tin foil, as well as origami papers, are all suitable for papercraft. Advice is given on choosing the one best suited to the item. Many of these papers can be found around the home, for papercraft is one of the few hobbies that can be practised without any special equipment. For both young and old, this relaxing pastime offers hours of enjoyment.
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