Fabulous Paper Folds Class DVD
This card-making class covers techniques that are perfectly suited for card making, scrapbooking, packaging and even home decor. Since this video class starts with basic paper folds and progresses into more involved folds, beginners through more experienced crafters will easily be able to learn and master many new folds.
In this exclusive Annie's class DVD, you'll:
- Explore the traditional art of tea-bag folding
- Learn the joys of Iris folding, which originated as a technique in Holland
- Discover how to make a pocket fold, a dimensional accordion fold rosette, a Dahlia flower fold and an Origami butterfly fold
- Step-by-step instructions
- An accompanying CD
- 16 projects
Video Length: 1 Hours 52 Minutes
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May 29, 2016
I must admit, I approached this dvd with trepidation. I've been working with paper for years. I've cut it, burned it, soaked it, molded it, decoupaged it, transfer imaged it, spritzed it, spackled it, crackled it, stamped it, embossed it, debossed it, glittered it, grunged it, buried it, weaved it and made many books with it. But I've never done any "fancy" paper folding. So, even though I consider myself an advanced craftsman, I'm a beginner at this technique. But, I also don't want to be instructed like a second grader and am irritated by endless repetition of needless information. No fear! This is the perfect teacher for this technique! She goes over every step of every fold carefully and specifically - and never "talks down" to her audience. I never felt like the village idiot and found that I enjoyed watching the video and learning her techniques and seeing some things that were new to me. I look forward to putting my new knowledge to practical use. This was worth every reasonable penny I paid for it - and I highly recommend it!
July 20, 2014
I have watched this DVD in the hospital and can't wait to get home to make cards or even the pieces shown here to make cards, bags, or whatever I would choose to have on hand. Great DVD. BJ