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Holiday Paper Crafts from Japan: 17 projects to Brighten Your Holiday…

by Robertta A. Uhl

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0804836914, Paperback)

Holiday Paper Crafts from Japan contains easy-to-follow instructions for making seventeen unique seasonal crafts inspired by washi, the beautiful traditional paper handmade by artisans throughout Japan. Color photographs show finished projects, as well as imaginative ways for displaying them.

Holiday Paper Crafts from Japan includes such original projects as gift boxes, ornaments, poinsettia and angel decorations, calendar magnets, wreaths, stars and many more. Unleash your inner crafter and discover the wonderful world of washi!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:10:39 -0400)

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