WOWbook 07 is another bumper edition with Guest Editor, Lynda Monk. Chris Gray uses embossing powder, screen printing and stitch to produce her Medieval Fragments, Maggie Grey has a great technique for rubbing away photo transfers, Jan Horrox makes a cloth doll with a difference, Amo House tells us how she creates her colourful temari balls, Sue Munday produces a collage using computer design, Thermofax printing and stitch, and Julie-Ann Wrathall is layering with wax and dammar. In our celebrity interview, Maggie Grey talks to Nikki Parmenter about her work.
This book is available as a softback 'real' book or as a PDF version, available for immediate download, with active links throughout.
78 pages with more than 190 colour images.
As always with the WOWbook series, it's not just a book but you receive exclusive admission to our Members' Club on our website at wowbook.d4daisy.com – only for those who have purchased the book.
For this issue, our online members' club includes:
full step by step workshops from Nikki Parmenter, Karen Torrisi, Anita O’Neill and Maria Livesey together with a two-part workshop from Mara Webb
videos from Amo House and Lynda Monk
another module for Lynda Monk’s Marvellous Mixed Media Course
our exclusive online Gallery where we display your work from the WOWbooks