I Love Paper: Paper-Cutting Techniques and Templates for Amazing Toys, Sculptures, Props, and Costumes
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Fall in love with the whimsical world of paper crafting and explore the never-ending possibilities of handmade paper art with I Love Paper.
A practical book of inspiration with 40 paper projects, this illustrated reference guide will teach you the basics of playing with paper. With a comprehensive introduction to various basic techniques, I Love Paper contains lots of tips, ideas and step-by-step instructions. Learn how to create gorgeous pieces from paper cut artist Fideli Sundqvist, who will guide you through all of the tricks and techniques to making adorable and accessible paper projects.
Join the fold and try your hand at crafting an intricate and beautiful world, everything from geometric figures, multi-storey buildings, flowers and various food dishes to how you build up entire settings and stories in paper.
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easiest thing is often to cut them out with a scalpel. With larger shapes, it may work to cut them out with scissors. Before I started with paper I worked a fair amount with graphics. It was when I was working on a series of linoleum cuts that I really discovered how amazing it is to work with my hands. Linoleum reminds me of silhouette cutting in both expression and technique. The first images I made of paper were silhouettes. I traced my illustrations on regular printer paper and put them on