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The Cardmaker's Workbook: The Complete Guide to Design, Color, and Construction Techniques for Beautiful Cards Paperback – May 1, 2008
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Jennifer Mason's scrapbook design and paper art has been published in numerous books and leading art and scrapbook magazines. She worked as co-designer for Anna Griffin's Elegant Scrapbooking and also contributed to Sandi Genovese's Three Dimensional Scrapbooking. Her work has appeared on PBS, QVC, and HSN. She lives in Brookline, MA.
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However I am surprised by some of the bad reviews out here.
1. the cards do have directions and instructions on how to reproduce.
2. you will need to spend some money on buying supplies like any other hobby.
The only thing I didn't like about the book when I first flipped through it was about downloading templates from the computer b/c I don't use a computer in my cardmaking room, but was pleasantly surprised when I could substitute most of the items with cutouts from my cricut machine.
Because of my excitement, I completed my first set of cards and then realized that I didn't think about the words for the inside!! Not to panic I printed out words on regular paper and glued inside (use glue stick, this was best method for me). For the next set of cards, I printed the words on the inside using word document, landscape layout, set to two columns and wrote on the right column - simple but effective, fold the card then off to decorating! I am so pleased with how they came out!! This book has really inspired me. My eleven year old daughter has even tried one!!