Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Lazy Crafternoon by Stella Fields

Disclosure of material connection- I received a copy of the book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for my honest thoughts. I was not required to write a positive review and all opinions stated are 100% my own. 

About the book-

Spend a lazy crafternoon with your friends. From pretty school supplies to colorful tech accessoriest to perfect party decor, Lazy Crafternoon guides tween crafters through simple stesp to create amazing projects.
For ages 9-13.
*Step-by-step instructions and images of complex steps makes crafting easy *Over 50 fast, fun crafts to create & share

My thoughts-

My daughter has recently become more interested in crafting and the description saying this book is for ages 9-13 and the beautiful cover caught my eye. There are over 50 projects in this book! There are lots of cute things to do and instructions on how to throw a craft party. I think this book has beautiful, inviting pages and clear instructions on how to get the project done. I think Lazy Crafternoon is a great book for getting pre-teen and young teen girls doing something productive and fun with their friends, but I also think these projects would be fun for mothers and daughters to do together! Younger girls might need a little adult help on the projects, but for the most part I think they can be managed by a group of girls without too much supervision. I would recommend this book to any moms of crafters or girls looking for something fun to do! Lazy Crafternoon will keep them busy for some time! 

1 comment:

  1. Overall, this is the best, most versatile craft book I’ve read lately. The ideas are fresh, easy and Fields reminds us how fun it is to spend time crafting with good friends and of course good food. This is written for teens/young adults but adults will find plenty of projects they will want to do – I did!

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