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Annie Lang's Who Loves Bugs? Linework Pattern Book Cover

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Who Loves Bugs?

LINEWORK PATTERN BOOK

Product Description

If you love bugs...here's a pattern book that will absolutely drive you BUGGY!   You'll find this publication jam packed with dozens of Annie Lang's favorite buglets, turtles, froglets and snail characters created from her Gone Buggy, Gotta Bee Me, Turtle Tracks and Snail Trails and Frog Day Afternoons character art image collections.  Simply trace any of the fun design linework patterns  from this workbook and then transfer the image onto your project surface to make outstanding personalized items with professional results 

Whether you're looking for frog patterns to make your projects hop along, bees to keep things buzzing, busy buglets with their school and crafting supplies, or slow and steady turtles and snails to guide you through the day, you'll find everything you need to keep the smiles coming!  Designs can be colored with paint, color pencils, inks, markers, chalks, etc. There are extra pages at the back of the book you can use for personal project notes.

  

Product Details

Published on: 2015-5-26

Paperback 44 pages

11" h x 8.50" w x 11.02"

Featuring Annie Lang's frog character art!

Look Before You Leap, Froggy!

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Who Loves Bugs?

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How can you use these patterns?

*Decorative painters can use them for wood, glass, wearables, plastic items, canvas, home dec accent items, furniture, walls and any other paintable surface imaginable.

*Papercrafters can use them to create greeting cards, tags, scrapbooking accents, paper piecing projects and more.

*Fabric artisans can use them to make appliques, quilt squares, wearable items, etc.

*Teachers can use them to create fun bulletin boards, classroom novelties, murals, window decorations and teaching materials.

*Cake makers and cookie bakers can use them to make clever wrappers, fondant treats, cookie stamps and other edible delights.

*Designers can use them for artist reference to help spark your own creative inspirations!