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Linda Graves


#11 texas coffee table book

Linda Graves became trapped in books as a child, and grew up to teach creative writing and journalism following a successful writing career in Chicago where she won International awards in writing and magazine design. It only follows that she would be enamored with miniature books. The books she and her artier have created are collectible and readable. Returning to the university after leaving teaching, she studied art and design and holds a degree in interior architecture. Receiving her dollhouse as a Christmas gift, it was only natural that she world start furnishing her house by making books! Great Small Stuff is the result of having too many ideas and books, paintings and prints.

Created specifically for the DALLAS MINIATURE SHOW, Texas captures the images and spirit of the state and people who live there.

This beginning class teaches the basics of book design. Participants will be provided printed pages as well as Italian backcloth to make their own readable, collectible book.

STUDENT BRINGS: scissors and/or exact knife, cutting board

DATE & TIME: Thursday, June 27, 6:00pm-9:00pm

CLASS #11 1” scale

COST OF #11: $83.00

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Valerie Casson

#17 child’s vintage dress on mannequin

STUDENS BRING: very sharp scissors and hook or curved end fine tweezers

INSTRUCTOR BRINGS: all other items will be furnished

DATE & TIME: Friday, June 28, 8:00am-12:00pm

CLASS #17 1” scale

COST OF #17: $58.00