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Scrapbooking for Home Decor

How to Create Frames, Boxes, and Other Beautiful Items from Photographs and Family Memories
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Learn basic craft techniques to create beautiful and lasting artwork centered around family photos and other mementos. This is scrapbooking that isn't in a book! Instead of having an album full of memories tucked away, have an album where those memories are on display so you can look at them on a daily basis. Incorporate your scrapbooking style into your home décor by learning how to use what you already have. Author Candice Windham shows readers how to use family heirlooms to design unique pieces of family memorabilia. She explains basic craft techniques like stamping, embossing, and distressing. She teaches how to mix media, such as painting, embellishment, and die cutting. By following her step-by-step instructions, you will learn to make meaningful objects out of everyday (and frequently recycled) materials. Develop your own original, creative ideas using this book as a starting point. Scrapbookers will find ideas for imaginative interior design projects that are both fun and functional, no matter their level of experience. These projects can be used to create wall hangings, tabletop art, storage bins, desk sets, and so much more. One of the outstanding projects in the book is the DIY Memories of Mothers Album, which Candice


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Pages 120
Publish Date 2012-10-01
Size 8.5" x 11.0" x 0.375"
Author Candice Windham
Product Form Paperback / softback


About the Author

Candice Windham is a graphic designer and paper artist who studied art at the University of Memphis. She has 35 years of experience in graphic design and has received numerous awards for her design work. Windham also works in watercolor, acrylic, colored pencil, graphite, rubber stamping, and altered and paper arts and has studied with many nationally renowned artists, such as Joseph Fettingis, Louise Cadillac, Jim Kosvanec, and Doug Dawson. Her work is included in international collections, and she has received awards in local and regional art exhibitions, including the Memphis/Germantown Art League's Annual Juried Exhibitions, the Helena Watercolor Exhibition, the Mid South Fair and the American Penwomen Memphis Chapter art exhibitions. She is represented in Memphis by the Rivertown Gallery at Pembroke Square. Windham teaches a variety of classes at Eclectica Scrapbook and Stamps in Cordova, Tennessee, and is active in several local stamp and paper arts groups.

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