Giveaway: Win 4 Paper Craft Books from Dover Publishing

Giveaway: Win 4 Paper Craft Books from Dover Publishing

What do you win?

Two lucky winners will win four paper crafting books from Dover Publications. Have fun creating handmade books, cards, origami spheres, and assorted miserable crafts for Grumpy Cat lovers – a $75 value. You can also save 25% on all Dover books with the use of code WRBI at Offer ends March 31, 2017.

The Art and Craft of Handmade Books:  This innovative approach to bookbinding demonstrates an array of creative techniques that elevate handmade books into extraordinary works of art. Easy-to-follow, well-illustrated directions for more than 25 patterns explain how to make seven different kinds of books with pop-up panels and pages that “explode” from the spine as well as slipcases, tassels, and other distinctive features. A full-color photo gallery, with contributions from more than 60 artists, offers further inspiration for enhancing and personalizing projects by using alphabets, bestiaries, botanical illustrations, and other designs. The author includes a glossary of terms as well as information on materials and tools.

Thrilling Quilling: The Ultimate Quiller’s Sourcebook:  Add pizzazz to picture frames, notebooks, vases, boxes, bags, or any everyday item that could use a decorative touch. The centuries-old craft of quilling involves rolling, shaping, and gluing strips of paper into ornamental designs. From quick and easy individual motifs to larger, more elaborate combinations, here are more than 100 designs with countless applications. Quilling requires very little equipment and few materials — just an inexpensive investment in a manual quilling tool, glue, and paper. With a little practice, you’ll master the techniques of coiling, pinching, fringing, weaving, and husking. In addition, the book features galleries of imaginative ideas that will provide further inspiration and encourage you to develop new ideas and creative approaches.

Kusudama Origami: Discover kusudama, a traditional Japanese paper sphere formed by modular origami construction techniques. Kusudama, meaning “medicine ball,” originally served as holders for incense or potpourri. Today they’re used as decorations or gifts. This guide presents instructions for over 40 elaborate modular origami figures that range in shape from stars and flowers to kusudamas. Beginning and experienced folders of all ages will appreciate these unusual and eye-catching models.

Grumpy Cat’s Miserable Papercraft Book:  Have some papercraft fun with Grumpy! Grumpy Cat hates just about everything, including papercrafts. Nevertheless, this book displays the furrowed-browed feline on several cut-out crafts that include bookmarks, door-knob hangers, masks, gift boxes, signs, paper chains, snowflakes, finger puppets, stand-up figures, origami of Grumpy’s face, a mobile, a paper fortune teller, and other items.

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Ends: 31 Mar

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