Arnold Grummer's Complete Guide to Paper Casting by Arnold Grummer

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Cast With Confidence!

Are you intrigued by the look of dimensional paper but you're not sure where to begin? Unlock the mystery of this centuries old art form with the most comprehensive book available! This guide takes you from the very basics of paper casting to choosing the best pulp, molds, and release agents for your needs, so you'll be creating your own stunning paper-cast pieces in no time.

This Essential Resource Includes

Simple instructions for making pulp, adding botanicals, enhancing your creations with glitter and paint, and making molds from everyday items like rubber stamps and brass plaques

A dozen unique projects you'll be proud to display

Clear step-by-step photographs and easy-to-follow instructions

Inspirational examples of paper-cast artwork, from scrapbook pages and greeting cards to bowls and framed calligraphy


About Arnold Grummer

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Arnold Grummer spent 15 years on the faculty and staff of the Institute of Paper Chemistry, an international graduate school and research center in sciences basic to paper, and was a curator of its Dard Hunter Paper Museum. Since then, he has written four paper craft books, made numerous television appearances, toured the United States and Canada as an independent lecturer, and founded a company to market paper-making kits and supplies. He lives in Wisconsin.
Published January 28, 2002 by Krause Publications. 98 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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