Item description for More Tea Bag Folding: Celtic and Oriental Designs by Janet Wilson...
Hot on the heels of their first success, Tiny and Janet have brewed up a stunning selection of Celtic and Oriental designs with an innovative and inspiring range of projects and techniques. Tea bag folding papers are cut, folded and layered to create stunning cards, windchimes, pictures, boxes, partylights, fans and frames. They also include other techniques to embellish and enhance designs: paper architecture, embossing, stamping and paper burning. This book is just what you've been waiting for - offering inspiration to beginners and all those who love this absorbing craft.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.1" Width: 7.3" Height: 0.2" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2002
Publisher Search Press
ISBN 1903975328 ISBN13 9781903975329
Availability 0 units.
More About Janet Wilson
Janet Wilson is an expert in a wide range of paper skills, including parchment craft, quilling, paper cutting, embossing, paper pricking, casting and sculpting. She is the author of the bestselling books "The Art of Parchment Craft, The Craft of Quilling," and "Parchment Craft."
Janet Wilson currently resides in Toronto.
Janet Wilson has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about More Tea Bag Folding: Celtic and Oriental Designs?
Maybe I didn't know what Tea Bag Folding was... Nov 4, 2007
I bought this book expecting some great origami folds for cards. I guess I didn't know what tea bag folding was, and was disappointed with the book. The folds contain too much cutting and gluing for my liking.
Some of the cards are striking.
Not What I Thought Jun 11, 2004
This review is based purely on the fact that the book is not what I assumed it would be--I wanted it for the Celtic designs and thought that half of the designs would be Celtic but only two of the seven designs are Celtic--the other five are Oriental. There is nothing wrong with this . . . unless you want it for the Celtic designs, as I did!