Paper Made!: 101 Exceptional Projects to Make Out of Everyday Paper

Paper Made!: 101 Exceptional Projects to Make Out of Everyday Paper

Announcing the biggest, best, most innovative book ever on paper craft. Even better, this is not about how to use costly, artsy paper, but how to turn stuff around the house—magazines and shopping bags, candy wrappers and paint sample cards, wrapping paper, old maps, and paper towel tubes—into stunning jewelry, gifts, home decor, party favors, and much more. Chances are yo...

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Title:Paper Made!: 101 Exceptional Projects to Make Out of Everyday Paper
Author:Kayte Terry
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Edition Language:English

Paper Made!: 101 Exceptional Projects to Make Out of Everyday Paper Reviews

  • Jamie

    So many fun projects to do in this book! Some require a sewing machine and leather needle, but not all of them. I wish someone would make me everything in here for a birthday present ;-)

  • Autumn

    A lovely compendium of all the greatest, most trendy paper craft projects. I have seen lots of these ideas before, but it's really nice to have them (and templates for them) all in one place. Also, the author is the creative director of displays at Anthropologie. Since I am always trying to steal their ideas for my library anyway, it's very satisfying to know that.

  • Barbara

    So many great ideas! Some I have seen before, but I like Kayte's easy to follow instructions and beautiful photography. I am on the look out for a partial roll of raffle tickets to upcycle into that cool bowl.

  • Cristalle

    This book has some really great "quality" projects that look very professional (i.e. the scrap paper lantern) and some that look very crafty and somewhat cheesy (i.e. the circle paper necklace) This book does offer some interesting ideas and a broader view of what one can accomplish with paper and a bit of ingenuity.

  • Beth

    I nabbed this one off the "new books" shelf at my library and fell in love! I adore paper crafts and upcycling, and this book gives me lots of new ideas for what to do with my hoard of pretty paper scraps, colored cardstock, empty containers, and things I hadn't thought of such as old hardcover books!

    As a public librarian, the book-related crafts have me thinking, oooh, bookcrafts--things to do with damaged books that can't be resold, or are too old to be useful but still have good bindings. (Th

    I nabbed this one off the "new books" shelf at my library and fell in love! I adore paper crafts and upcycling, and this book gives me lots of new ideas for what to do with my hoard of pretty paper scraps, colored cardstock, empty containers, and things I hadn't thought of such as old hardcover books!

    As a public librarian, the book-related crafts have me thinking, oooh, bookcrafts--things to do with damaged books that can't be resold, or are too old to be useful but still have good bindings. (Though it might give patrons bad ideas about what to do with current library books...)

  • Kkeym

    I do a lot of paper art and craft and teach a class in paper craft, so I am always looking for inspiration. This book gave me some inspiration and it has some great projects for people interested in paper projects.

  • Allyson

    Great ideas for using paper, new, vintage, and recycled. Could do without the lame puns as titles for every single project.

  • LadyS

    This book was fantastic for me. As a paper lover, half the fun was dreaming of the various projects that I could do with simple paper! you really don't need much to be seen as a creative genius! most of the materials are already around your house or can be obtained free! The suggestions are simple yet stunning! The instructions are easy to follow. Great book for those who like to make interesting knickknacks, handmade gifts or need ideas for decorating (events)

  • Marcie Lovett

    A little too hipster for me, with the too-cute project titles and making-something-out-of-nothing vibe. There were two or three projects I might actually make. A fun, quick read with nice photos and complete directions.

  • Anna Marie

    While some of these projects were cute, some were useful, and some were creative (for which I gave three stars), I spent much of my time wondering how long any of these would hold up/last. I kept thinking of how I could do the same with recycled cans, wood, tin... fabric.

    I think the book has heart and imagination, but maybe not so much logic.

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