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Handmade Hellos: Fresh Greeting Card Projects from First-Rate Crafters Paperback – September 1, 2008
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About the Author
Sarah LaBieniec is a San Francisco-based designer and illustrator
Sheri Giblin is a San Francisco-based photographer.
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Top Customer Reviews
1. Two of the templates were missing. When I checked a copy in a bookstore, those same templates were missing. Two of the card "recipes" require these templates, but they were not included with the other templates. Is this a mass mistake that affected all copies printed?
2. Some of the projects required very expensive materials and devices that the average person would not own, like for instance, a 200$ screen printer.
If you are a beginning card artist and have not invested in a great deal of expensive supplies, I would not recommend this book. However, you can improvise on some of the projects and use the cute designs as ideas and inspiration. Some of the projects do have some simpler variations printed at the end of the "recipe".
Overall I am still happy with this book. I absolutely LOVE the designs and will use them as inspiration for my own cards!
I had to contact publisher and they emailed the templates to me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was looking for ideas and I found them in this book. Not for a new paper craft person, can be complex.Published 6 months ago by sheryl moen
Book was disappointing. Was expecting more snail mail ideas for creating interesting snail mail. Book focused very little on mail.Published on September 9, 2013 by Jennifer
This is a very fun and cute book. I think it provides many great ideas that can get you started on making your own cards. Read morePublished on December 31, 2008 by N. Pan
I've been making cards for 8 years and this book is so adorable and amazing! love it!Published on December 3, 2008 by S. Patil