Workman Publishing sent me a copy of Paper Love to check out and is partnering with me for this fun giveaway.
Longing for a crafty activity to get your kids to unplug? Little kids, tweens, and teens will adore
The Kids’ Book of Paper Love. This book is stocked full of colorful pages, stickers, and tear out activities. It’s super cute and makes a perfect gift. Kids will find they can slow down, enjoy the pleasures of paper, and write, craft, play, and share in a completely screen-free way. The books begs to be folded, cut up, collaged, doodled on, and shared.
This crafty book is ideal for kids 7 -14 and anyone looking for inspiration to get crafty to create a collage, scrapbook, send a friend a letter, make a cool photo prop or simply cut, clip and play with paper or stickers. Moms will have fun toying around with it too. The Kids’ Book of Paper Love is from the editors of Flow magazine, Irene Smit & Astrid Van Der Hulst.
The Kids’ Book of Paper Love Giveaway
One (1) winner will receive The Kids’ Book of Paper Love and a Flow craft book for Mom: A Book That Takes Its Time: An Unhurried Adventure in Creative Mindfulness.
Giveaway open to US addresses only. Prizing and samples provided by Workman Publishing.
1. Leave a comment below by November 5th, 2019.
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Official Info & Video
Brimming from cover to cover with projects and other paper surprises, The Kids’ Book of Paper Love, from the bestselling editors of Flow magazine and books, is a bounty of a book that begs to be folded, cut up, collaged, doodled on, and shared.
Loop paper strips into a paper chain. Snip out bookmarks. Fold a paper house. Make photo booth props—a silly mustache, a crown—to pose with friends. Bind up a DIY storybook and use it to sketch out adventures and dreams. Construct a paper flower bouquet, a paper terrarium, a fortune-teller with prompts like Lend someone a book and tell them why you recommend it.
Isn’t this book so cute?