A Beginner's Guide to Paper Wildflowers
Create dozens of beautiful paper wildflowers that look just like the real thing! A Beginner's Guide to Paper Wildflowers features more than 40 distinct flowers.
In this book, paper artist Emiko Yamamoto presents her secrets for making realistic blossoms, leaves and stems from inexpensive colored paper sheets. Her flexible cut, curl and paste method makes it easy to create an amazing variety of different flowers and to tailor your creations to specific settings, occasions and color palettes.
With just scissors, a few sheets of colorful Tant origami paper and craft glue, you can create breathtaking, inexpensive paper flowers. The chapters are divided into Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, so your paper bouquet will always be in season!
Show off the finished pieces in a shadow box, make special handmade cards, fill vases full of flowers that will never wilt, or decorate things like place settings and gift toppers.
- Instructions for 43 apper flowers
- Over 250 templates
- 144 pages
The Tuttle Publishing company was founded in 1832 in the small New England town of Rutland, Vermont — making it one of the oldest American publishers in operation today. Their core values remain as strong today as they were then—to publish best-in-class books which bring people together one page at a time. Since 1948, when the company established a publishing outpost in Japan, Tuttle has become a leader in producing English-language books about the arts, languages and cultures of Asia.
Size: 7.5 x 10"