Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Petit Collage






From the beloved design brand for nurseries, playrooms, and every space in between, Petit Collage shows you how to make 25 of their bestselling paper and wooden accessories for your home. 

Customize toy chests, create cheerful name plaques, build bunny clocks, and more, with artist and owner Lorena Siminovich. Breaking down each project with simple, illustrated step-by-step instructions, Siminovich presents easy tips on how to personalize the Petit Collage signature style with your child’s favorite colors and patterns. All you need are rubber stamps, paper, scissors, and the provided project templates to create a contemporary space filled with bright and distinctive décor.

The things I enjoy most about this book is the beautiful photography, the mix of skill level for each project, and the informational details about the materials and tools used in each project. I feel that the beginner and most advanced crafter could find a project they would enjoy in this book.

The things that I am not crazy about in this book include the font choice for the alphabet in a few projects. I felt the font was not easily read. I also wish that the templates in the back were detachable. I feel that would make the templates easier to use.

I look forward to creating the baby door tag, friends coat rack, and family memory game. Overall this book is filled with creative projects for babies all the way to young kids.

I received this book for free from blogging for books for this review.

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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Petit Collage







From the beloved design brand for nurseries, playrooms, and every space in between, Petit Collage shows you how to make 25 of their bestselling paper and wooden accessories for your home. 

Customize toy chests, create cheerful name plaques, build bunny clocks, and more, with artist and owner Lorena Siminovich. Breaking down each project with simple, illustrated step-by-step instructions, Siminovich presents easy tips on how to personalize the Petit Collage signature style with your child’s favorite colors and patterns. All you need are rubber stamps, paper, scissors, and the provided project templates to create a contemporary space filled with bright and distinctive décor.

The things I enjoy most about this book is the beautiful photography, the mix of skill level for each project, and the informational details about the materials and tools used in each project. I feel that the beginner and most advanced crafter could find a project they would enjoy in this book.

The things that I am not crazy about in this book include the font choice for the alphabet in a few projects. I felt the font was not easily read. I also wish that the templates in the back were detachable. I feel that would make the templates easier to use.

I look forward to creating the baby door tag, friends coat rack, and family memory game. Overall this book is filled with creative projects for babies all the way to young kids.

I received this book for free from blogging for books for this review.

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