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Hello Tokyo

30+ Handmade Projects and Fun Ideas for a Cute, Tokyo-Inspired Lifestyle

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Description

Full of fun and inventive projects, Hello Tokyo is a cute and quirky guide to living a DIY lifestyle inspired by Japanese crafts and trends
 
Filled with simple craft projects and fun tips inspired by her daily life in Tokyo, Japanese blogger, crafter, and designer Ebony Bizys captures the humor and originality of the eclectic Japanese experience in this charming handbook. Perfect, pretty projects come together quickly and easily, and they require just a few simple materials to make. This easy-to-follow book offers ideas galore to inspire beginner and advanced DIYers alike. Readers will find:
 
step-by-step instructions for crafting handmade stationery from
secrets for making handmade memory books to store cherished pieces from their travels
recipes for personalizing garlands and tassels to add fun and sparkle to small soirees
and more!
 
Fun and cute in its entirety, Hello Tokyo is a sweet look into Japan’s DIY culture, brimming with clever craft ideas for bringing happiness to the everyday. It will delight any crafter looking to add a touch of whimsy to their DIY adventures.
 
 

 

From Publishers Weekly

Mar 06, 2017 – Australian graphic designer Bizys bases this quirky, joyful book of creativity on her blog, Hello Sandwich, which draws on her life in Japan. The book is well written and easily understood, and expresses her abundant love of Japanese culture. She provides ideas for making the most of a tiny Tokyo apartment with repurposed vintage items, short-stemmed flower arrangements in tiny vases, and a brightly colored pegboard for photographs and enhanced storage space. Picnicking in the city's lovely parks is an adventurous, daylong activity for Bizys and her friends that requires musical instruments, games, books, handmade napkins, blankets (called "leisure sheets" locally), and, of course, food. Making a bento box is a major task. Bizys explains the rule of five when assembling a bento: one must include the traditional five colors, cooking methods, flavors, senses, and states of mind while eating. A variety of projects offers something for everyone seeking handmade items: decorated magnets, hair bows, bracelets, folders, and scrapbooks. Clever tricks with gift wrap, tags, and toppers are covered, and the book reveals the many fun possibilities of decorating for parties. Color photographs handsomely illustrate Bizys's projects, and her background in art direction is evident.
Hello Tokyo
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  • $9.99
  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Crafts & Hobbies
  • Published: Mar 28, 2017
  • Publisher: ABRAMS
  • Seller: Harry N. Abrams, Inc.
  • Print Length: 224 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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