The Art of Giving Hardcover – 4 Sep 2007
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Wrapping a present attractively adds that extra special touch. A personal touch that will make the gift all that more precious. In this lavishly illustrated book, Liezel Norval-Kruger and Tina-Marie Malherbe share their ideas on extra special gifts along with innovative and inspirational ways on wrapping them. Touching on all the senses, they offer a range of pretty gifts to appeal to touch, smell and taste. Silky soft purses, scented pot-pourri, tasty biscuits, all photographed in full colour and accompanied by hints, tips and methods of making. Concluding on the all-important presentation, the chapter "wrap" encompasses paper, ties, ribbons and decorative touches such as buckles and beads. Details and templates for boxes and gifts are included making this an attractive, handy guide for all those wanting to make a present that much more special. - Lucy Watson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Liezel Norval-Kruger is an international author/publisher who specialises in visual communications and decor. She studied graphic design and business before gaining experience in both the magazine and retail industries. Tina-marie Malherbe is one of South Africa's best known decor stylists. She has a degree in graphic design and worked in the magazine industry as a graphic designer and decor editor for over 15 years, contributing to both local and international titles. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Top Customer Reviews
Despite the book only containing the names (and not the whole contact details) of suppliers of materials used in the book, it was not hard to find good alternatives in high street shops.
A beautiful book with lots of gift ideas for the 'person who has everything'.