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Lovely Animals Learn English Coloring Book For Adults Use Pages As Decorative Reminders As Original Art Gift Greeting Cards Or As A Forever Keepsake Learn To Relax And Have Fun
LOVELY ANIMALS learn English Coloring book for adults use pages as decorative reminders as original art gift greeting cards or as a forever keepsake learn to relax and have fun
How To Build A Cake Decorating Business
In clear, easy-to-grasp language, the author covers many of the topics that you will need to know in order to launch and run a successful business venture.
A Girl's Guide To Decorating
A Girl's Guide to Decorating is a hip, practical decorating guide full of insider advice, cool and original ideas, fabulously glossy photography and clever tips for turning your space into a fabulous stylish pad - without spending a lot of money. Internationally renowned designer and stylist Abigail Ahern imparts her expertise on all aspects of home decoration - from the initial planning of a space to make it work for you, right through to the small details that will add a touch of glamour and make it unique.
Abigail includes simple suggestions for how to approach every room in your house and all major decorating techniques are fully explained - from hanging wallpaper and painting walls, windows and doors, to creating shelving and achieving different lighting effects. Easy to follow step-by-step instructions and accompanying photography will inspire you to try your hand at every suggestion. Chapters are based around the fundamental elements of home design: space, colour, light, texture and the individual touches that make it your own. Abigail encourages you to be brave with colour and pattern and to make a bold statement with your home.
With Abigail's insider knowledge, you can effortlessly turn something cheap from the high street into a unique and luxurious focus piece. With her low cost tips and ideas for adding instant glamour that are super easy to put into practice, Abigail proves that style has nothing to do with money.