|Publishers: Scott & Martin|
The Victorians invented many of the Christmas characters and icons that we celebrate today. They even gave us Santa Claus, distilled from a number of gift-giving predecessors into the merry, red-suited elfin figure first depicted by artist Thomas Nast in 1863. The ten handmade cards in this book are based on some of the most beautiful and evocative Victorian Christmas greetings that have survived for more than a century.
You can make your own unique and dazzling Christmas cards, based on vintage images from bygone days!
Entirely NEW, this is the second e-book of our series,"Cards with a Past."
Each e-book is published in a convenient, high-quality PDF file format. You download it to your computer for reading or printing. The vintage images included are high-resolution, in pre-sized format, ready to print at a copy center or on your home ink-jet printer!
This book gives you tips on how to download and print the beautiful vintage images from Victorian Christmas greetings - all included in the book.
The ten exclusive card designs display a range of card-making techniques, including window cards, pop up cards, paper tole (dimensional layering), fabric inserts, textured collage, hot glue craft, and more.
You can create these Christmas cards with simple, readily available
materials and supplies that allow you to substitute what you may already "have
on hand." All cards are 5" X 7", which will fit a standard
Each card was designed by master card-maker (and Kindergarten teacher) Martin Bray.
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CHRISTMAS GREETINGS TO MAKE", just click the "Add to Cart" button