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Author: Sheila Sturrock
Pages: 160
Photographs: Includes photographs

The tradition of sending loved ones greeting cards goes backabout 200 years and is more popular today than ever before. With agreeting card being the gift of choice for so many occasions,people are for ever on the look out for one that the recipientwon't have seen before. Because this is no easy task, thecreatively minded amongst us are choosing to make their own cards.There are many books demonstrating how to make basic cards, butthis book goes a considerable step further in showing how to makecards with mechanisms. The mechanisms are based on Victorian andEdwardian designs, and vary from the verysimple to the reallyintricate. But the step-by-step instructions and diagrams providedmake even the most complicated form of mechanism achievable. Inaddition, the materials and equipment needed to make theseimpressive cards are not extensive or specialist - the mainrequirements are card, glue and scissors, with wire or thread forthe more complex designs.

ISBN13: 9781861086358
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Making Mechanical Cards - 25 Paper-engineered Designs