Sunday, January 2, 2011

One More Japanese Craft Book

ISBN978-4-415-30506-6

Here's the other Japanese craft book that I shared about in an earlier post. The craft book is all about creating cards. What appealed to me most was that many of the cards were made out of scraps from magazines, food packages, airline tickets, etc. It has inspired me to start collecting paper scraps that would normally be tossed into the recycling bin. I hope you will find some of the images as inspiring as I do. Below are a few pictures of my favorite cards from the book.



11 comments:

*~kAy~* said...

So inspirational! :P I especially like the girl bowing card! :P

carla said...

The cards are clever and cute - I love this idea! Is there an English version of the book?

Rosana Garcia Hess said...

wow!!! Thanks for sharing.
Happy New Year
Hugs from Brazil

Steph at ModernParentsMessyKids.com said...

Very cool and a good way to keep a resolution to re-use more!

Jessica said...

Happy New Year, from Malaysia.

Michelle L. said...

Hee, love the bowing lady card! How come the children's day card is in Italian??? Silly! This is my kind of book. Thanks for the peeky!

ViiriƤinen said...

Thank you - nice of you to wave a Finnish flag on New Year! :)

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kawaii crafter said...

Michelle L,

The Children's Day card is in Italian because they used an Italian cookie package to make the card. I've noticed with the Japanese craft books they like to incorporate other languages as decoration. Most of the time it doesn't make any sense but it's always pretty.

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We like to party... said...

I love those cards!

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