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The Art of Making Paste Papers Paperback – June 1, 2002
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From Library Journal
Paste paper is a grown-up relative of grade-school finger painting. Designs are made by brushing colored paste on a dampened paper and making images using various tools. Maurer-Mathison (Art of the Scrapbook) presents a series of practice exercises and several step-by-step projects for turning the simple paste paper into a work of art. Combs, stamps, carved rollers, and multicolored under-painting make each paste paper unique and ready to be used as raw material for book covers and other decorative items. This is a fairly simple craft that will appeal to public and school library users.
Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.
About the Author
Diane Maurer-Mathison is internationally recognized as an expert in the art of decorating paper. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world. The author of Art of the Scrapbook, as well as several books on paper arts and crafting, she lives in Spring Mills, Pennsylvania.
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