Remake, Restyle, Reuse

Remake, Restyle, Reuse

Easy Ways to Transform Everyday Basics Into Inspired Design

Book - 2008
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ReMAKE ReSTYLE ReUSE offers beautiful options to the bland sameness of our everyday items. This book calls upon us to "remake" what we already own into the lovely items we crave. Using easy craft techniques - such as embroidery, painting, stamping, and stenciling - the book delivers 40 projects for transforming plain dishes, linens, storage containers, mirrors, and much more. There are simple step-by-steps, designs to trace or photocopy, and beautiful colour photographs to accompany each piece. With sophisticated, high-end design values, the book is as lovely to look at as it is to use, and will encourage even beginning crafters to take their everyday home items from ordinary to extraordinary.
Publisher: New York : Watson-Guptill, 2008.
ISBN: 9780823098422
Branch Call Number: 745.5 LUC
Characteristics: 139 pages :,illustrations (some color) ;,25 cm


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Apr 20, 2016

This book is not a remake guide (as in recycle/upcycle), but a 'how to' decorate plain functional items. Covers simple hand embroidery, stamping, and printing. Includes patterns for the projects shown. Simple styles for those who live the minimalist life.

Suggest this to: the friend who wants to be crafty and has no decorations at home.

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