Stamp Stencil Paint: Making Extraordinary Patterned Projects By Hand by Anna JoyceStamp Stencil Paint: Making Extraordinary Patterned Projects By Hand by Anna Joyce

Stamp Stencil Paint: Making Extraordinary Patterned Projects By Hand

byAnna Joyce

Paper over Board | September 8, 2015

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Textile artist Anna Joyce’s design process is intuitive, relaxed, and rooted in the belief that we should live with color and pattern every day. Inspired by vintage fabric, folk art, shapes in nature, and exciting new color combinations, Joyce’s distinctive projects showcase the beauty of the unexpected and the mark of the artist’s hand. In Stamp Stencil Paint, Joyce shares her signature hand-printing techniques and infectious enthusiasm for adding patterns to ready-made surfaces such as fabric, ceramics, paper, leather, furniture, walls, and more. Following beautiful step-by-step photography, crafters learn new, easy skills to stamp, stencil, and hand-paint wonderful projects for their homes, wardrobes, families, and friends.
Anna Joyce is a professional designer and teacher. Her work has been featured in print in Real Simple, Anthology, and Lucky magazines, and online on Apartment Therapy, Design*Sponge, and sfgirlbybay. A finalist in the Martha Stewart American Made Awards, she sells her work on Etsy (where she has more than 10,000 followers) and through ...
Title:Stamp Stencil Paint: Making Extraordinary Patterned Projects By HandFormat:Paper over BoardDimensions:144 pages, 9.5 × 8.5 × 0.75 inPublished:September 8, 2015Publisher:STC Craft/A Melanie Falick BookLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1617691771

ISBN - 13:9781617691775

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“Beautiful and filled with simple yet clever patterns and techniques on a variety of surfaces. As a maker, it’s rare that I spend time creating work that is not my own, but her book has me inspired to make several of her projects for my home.”