Searching for crafty inspiration? Eager to try some new techniques? Need some more junk for your trunk? Well, look no further! In this cheeky sequel, Mark Montano picks up where his wildly popular The Big-Ass Book of Crafts left off, with even more spectacularaand easy-to-makeaprojects sure to satisfy crafters of all skill levels. Turn colorful ribbons into a show-stopping scarf . . . transform old cargo pants into a kick-ass carryall . . . a high-drama neckpiece made out of zippers? Absolutely. Along with a host of other wearable wonders, this exciting all-new volume includes sections such as Pillow Talk (fun, comfy, and made from the most surprising materials), Letter Perfect (cool designs to pop into the mailbox nearest you), Hey, I Could Use That (make a big statement with little things from magnets to nail polish), Just Kid-ding (cheery dAccor made from kid-centric stuff, guaranteed to make you smile!), Thatas Shoe Biz (fun fixes that give sidelined footwear and handbags a whole new life), and dozens of other ideas that are inventive, imaginative, and just plain fun. With his trademark humor and no-holds-barred approach to crafting, Mark will have you tapping into your creative soul and taking simple techniques to a whole new level in no time. Weare not talking plant-hangers and potholders hereathe more than 150 handmade projects in this truly unique compendium are artistic, eye-catching, and cutting-edge, from cool brooches and earrings to ingenious belts and bags, from Bauhaus-style furniture to fishbowl lanterns, and so much more!Youa#39;ll Need 2 copies of a large photo of yourself (or of a friend who thinks very highly of him- or herself) Scissors Large frame Poster board ... (I chose black) Double-stick tape Enough book pages copied onto acetate to cover your photos ( make these at Staples; ... Head Photo Collage One day I started playing around with.
|Title||:||The Big-Ass Book of Crafts 2|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2012-01-03|