Tuttle Origami Paper: High-Quality Origami Sheets Printed with 8 Different Designs: Instructions for 6 Projects Included
Author: Tuttle Publishing
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
This pack contains 48 high-quality origami sheets printed with 8 different authentic Japanese kimono patterns. Kimono fabrics and patterns are opulent, exquisite and unique. Origami Paper Kimono Patterns takes some of the lovely kimono fabric patterns and transforms them into origami folding paper. These paper packs make a great resource for all different kinds of folding, crafting and scrapbooking projects. This origami paper pack includes: 48 sheets of high-quality origami paper 8 vibrant kimono designs Double-sided color Large 8 1/4'' squares Origami basics and folding techniques Instructions for 6 easy origami projects
Handcrafted details are at the heart of a beautiful weddingadding charm, meaning, and style. In this delightful book, Eunice and Sabrina Moyle, the founders of Hello!Lucky, join forces with stylist Shana Faust to bring you over 50 gorgeous projects. Whether you favor a modern, classic look or a retro, homespun flavor, you'll find plenty of crafts and inspiration suited to your tastefrom vintage-key save-the-dates to delicate paper wreaths to silhouette bride and groom signs. At the front of the book you'll find guidance on choosing a look, sourcing materials, and working out timelines. Then, each of the 50 projects are fully explained with photos, how-to diagrams, and step-by-step directions. Clever, creative, and budget-friendly, Handmade Weddings is the perfect handbook for the bride looking to style her day her way.
Embodying an intricate blend of pattern and color, texture and composition, the Japanese kimono is a stunning garment with origins dating back to the Nara period (645?794). Its history is rich in tradition, culture, and art. Drawing her inspiration from the 18th- and 19th-century Japanese woodblock prints by such masters as Utamaro and Hiroshige, designer and fashion historian Ming-ju Sun has created this exotic collection of 26 exquisite costumes with two charming Japanese dolls to model them. The kimonos display a broad range of lovely fabrics ? from simple, practical cottons to luxurious silks and satins ? and a variety of traditional decorative elements ? geometrics, florals, stripes, checks, plaids, animals, landscapes, Japanese characters, and circular crests. All are sensitively illustrated with clean line and lush color in the style of Japanese woodcuts. This entertaining and educational paper doll collection will be a favorite with children and collectors. As a full-color survey of the Japanese kimono as an art form, the volume will be valued by costume designers, students of the history of fashion, and the many people fascinated by Japanese art and culture.
Things to Make and Do to Celebrate Festivals, Cultures, and Holidays Around the World
Author: Mary Anne Pilger
Pilger's popular index has been expanded and updated This practical work helps you introduce young learners to the cultures, pride, and customs of groups around the world with crafts, traditions, and celebrations. Building on the material in her first edition, Pilger's index helps educators find hundreds of learning projects for the classroom-costumes, decorations, foods, handicrafts, songs, dances, and celebrations. Arranged by subject, entries describe the activities and guide readers to source pages that have complete bibliographic information for the projects. Craft projects include patterns and materials lists. Providing quick and easy access to a wide range of activities, this book opens up a treasure trove of learning. It's a wonderful way to share the excitement of other cultures with students.
Give your sentiments a personal touch, with a card you've made all by yourself. It will be treasured forever. "The variety of cards you'll find is extraordinary....Each project allows you an endless variety of colors, folds, cuts, decorations, and special effects."—Craft Digest. "Dozens of imaginative projects that can be produced with scissors, paste and colored paper. Some great ideas for the art teacher."—The Book Report.