Modelling Fairies in Sugar

Modelling Fairies in Sugar

Hardback

By (author) Frances McNaughton

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  • Publisher: Frankly Sweet Publications
  • Format: Hardback | 100 pages
  • Dimensions: 220mm x 220mm x 8mm | 381g
  • Publication date: 30 June 2006
  • Publication City/Country: Tunbridge Wells
  • ISBN 10: 095497610X
  • ISBN 13: 9780954976101
  • Illustrations note: 90ill.
  • Sales rank: 1,043,647

Product description

"In writing my first book, my intention has been, to introduce each fairy to you in the same way I would teach it in a class. Keeping the materials as simple as possible by using commercially bought Flowerpaste and Mexican Paste, and by using paste and powder colours as the original colour, should help those of you who may be a bit nervous about mixing. The book consists of 8 different fairies, each with a set of step by step pictures and instructions to help you create your own masterpiece!. I have set it out in such a way that the fairies can be adapted to your own design using different heads or dressing in different petals to the ones shown. For those of you who wish to, the instructions can also be utilised with other modelling pastes (e.g. Cold Porcelaine, or Polymer Clay)." _Frances McNaughton Book ContentsForeword, Introduction, Basic Tools and Materials, Sleeping Baby Fairy, Sleeping Rose Fairy, Sweet Pea Fairy, Holly Elf, Narcissus Fairy, Primrose Fairy, Daffodil Fairy, Autumn Fairy, Classes and Demonstrations

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Frances McNaughton demonstrates sugar fairies and making sugarcraft flowers the soft way, and provides workshops to branches of the British Sugarcraft Guild, National Sugarart Association and other sugarcraft clubs. She holds regular classes at her studio in Tunbridge Wells in many aspects of Sugarcraft.

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"In writing this book, my intention has been to introduce each fairy to you in the same way I would teach it in a class. Keeping the materials as simple as possible by using commercially bought Flowerpaste and Mexican Paste, and by using paste and powder colours as the original colour, should help those of you who may be a bit nervous about mixing. The book consists of 8 different fairies, each with a set of step by step pictures and instructions to help you create your own masterpiece!. I have set it out in such a way that the fairies can be adapted to your own design using different heads or dressing in different petals to the ones shown. For those of you who wish to, the instructions can also be utilised with other modelling pastes (e.g. Cold Porcelaine, or Polymer Clay)." _Frances McNaughton"