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BBQ Picnic Days: Line Art Patttern Book

BBQ Picnic Days: Line Art Patttern Book

by Annie Lang


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Fire up the grill and grab your favorite picnic supplies because it's time for a backyard barbecue! Choose from dozens of mix and match bbq chickens, piglets and ant characters along with a selection of grills, snacks, and iconic bbq supply themed designs created from Annie's BBQ Picnic Ants, BBQ Chickens and BBQ Pork image collections. This publication includes a unique selection of Annie's most popular BBQ related motifs of utensils, picnic necessities, grills, a smoker, food items, picnic basket, whimsical ant, chicken and piglet characters, clever wordart images and more. Simply trace the line art pattern and then transfer the designer image onto your project surface to make outstanding personalized items with professional results every time.

It doesn't matter if you're a seasoned artisan or a crafter who is simply looking for delightfully whimsical designs to satisfy your creative urges, you'll find 40 pages of themed designs you can use over and over again. Pages feature lineart pattern designs with small color samples to use for your decorative painting, paper crafting, scrapbooking, cardmaking and needleart projects...all are hand rendered images by Annie Lang! The images in this book are intended for personal, classroom and small resale business use to create individually crafted items.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781546873761
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/22/2017
Pages: 42
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.02(h) x 0.11(d)

About the Author

Annie Lang is a self-taught award winning designer/author who published 29 decorative arts how-to instructional books with Easl Publications from 1995-2003. Her many licensed characters and project designs have appeared in a wide variety of painting and craft magazines and have been used on numerous commercially manufactured products and fabrics as well. She continues to actively support the Creative Arts Community which has played a key role in her home based business Annie Things Possible since 1986.

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