Earlier this year I was asked to contribute some craft projects for a new series of books called Kids’ Crafternoon. The first two books in the series are Papercraft and Sewing, and I was excited to receive copies of them in the mail last week. The other two titles – Felting and Beading – will be out in November.
|My shadow box project.|
|My illustrated softy brooches project|
The books are full of fun projects for school aged children and require minimal or no supervision. They can be completed in an afternoon or less. Perfect for when you hear that familiar cry “I’m bored!”. (When Roxy says this I tell her that only boring people get bored. Which is always met with the response “Oh Muuuumm!!”) These books would be perfect to pull out during winter school holidays, rainy weekends and for quiet time after a big day at school.
The design and photography are lovely, the instructions are clear and there are templates in the front of the book. If you’d like to win a copy stay tuned… next week I will have one copy of each book to give away as part of the Kids’ Crafternoon Blog Tour.
Edit: The kids’ Crafternoon books are available at good bookshops, including Readings and Booktopia.