Wednesday, October 22, 2014

REVIEW: Glitterville's Handmade Christmas

Glitterville's Handmade Christmas
Stephen Brown

Genre: Crafts, Holidays
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication date: 9.9.2014
Pages: 208

Recommended by: NetGalley, Read 2 Review
Date read: 10.18.2014

Summary: Following the Success of Glitterville's Handmade Halloween, Glitterville is back for the sparkliest holiday of all!  Glitterville's Handmade Christmas is as bursting as a mantle-hung stocking with twenty new whimsical, winter-wonderful craft projects that will fill your home with sleighfuls of cheer.  Hundreds of beautiful, easy-to-follow, step-by-step full-color photos and how-tis make the crafting fun and the results foolproof.  From a Jolly Dolly Holly Wreath or a charming Glitter Village you can nestle into its own Sparkle Forest, to the frostiest Magic Snow and the jolliest pine-cone-bodied Glitter Gnome, "yule" find everything you need to make your home glisten and shine this holiday season!


Christmas is my favorite holiday (closely followed by Halloween at second) and I love crafts and making my own decorations.  The cover of this book is awesome and the book is full of a lot of great project ideas.  

Each project includes step-by-step instructions with beautiful color photos to help guide you through. There's even a cake recipe towards the back that looks delicious.  

These are not projects for children to make, but I'm sure they can help you.  Each one is very detailed and has a lot of parts to it, but the finished products are gorgeous.

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