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Creative Quilling - 15 Creative Projects with Step By Step Pictures - cover

Creative Quilling - 15 Creative Projects with Step By Step Pictures

Anusha Rajendran

Publisher: Anusha Rajendran

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Summary

Beginners Quilling Guide has got a range of colourful and creative ideas to decorate and to gift. This book is ideal for absolute beginners and also as a refresher. Each project in this book is explained in an easy-to-follow method aided with step by step pictures. Whether you are looking to create stunning additions to your home or make a gift for that special person, you will find that this book offers a huge scope for creativity. I can assure that this book is packed full of interesting ideas and crafters can flick through and create new decorative items with different designs and colour combinations.

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