Sunday, November 08, 2020

Making Christmas Bright with Papercrafts Review & GIVEAWAY

Get in the Christmas spirit with Making Christmas Bright with Papercrafts by Alice Hornecke, Dominik Meißner and Sabine Seyffert. It's a collection of more than 40 festive projects using paper or card as the primary artistic medium. Turn the pages of this pretty book and uncover wonderful ideas for a creative Christmas - personalized decorations, holiday table settings, homemade gifts, festive tree ornaments and advent calendars (the count down to Christmas). Advent 2020 begins on November 29 and ends on December 24. Items are made with materials you likely already have or can easily access. Only a few of the projects are shown on the book's cover. The complete table of contents is listed below. I favor the paper folding models. Every project comes with step-by-step instructions and illustrations, materials list, measurements and helpful tips. There are easy thru advanced project options. Making Christmas decorations for your home is a great way to add a handmade touch to your holidays. Dover Publications released the 112 page paperback August 12, 2020. Get your copy below!


CONTENTS

Basic Instructions
Christmas Is Crafting Time

Decorate Your Home
Decorative Ornaments
Filigree Window Stars
Origami Stars
Nativity Scene
Snow Falling Softly
Origami Door Wreath
Golden Glowing Houses
Geometric Stars

Entertaining Guests
Christmas Table Setting
Little Tree Napkins
Wintry Lampshades
Elegant Table Setting
Christmas Tree Napkins
A Winter Forest
Extraordinary Place Cards
Dancing Stars
Jolly Santa Napkins

Gifts for Loved Ones
Christmas Coupons
Mini-Santas
Cute Christmas Cards
Surprising Gift Wrap
Funny Photo Gift Tags
Tree Surprises
Gift Bows
Sweet Gift Boxes
Last-Minute Gifts

Holiday Anticipation!
Advent Wreath
Advent to Go
Advent Calendar Fan
Atmospheric Paper Lanterns
Pocket Advent Calendar
Colorful Surprises
Glowing Flower Advent Wreath

Decorate the Tree
Regal Pine Cones
Star Baubles
Oh, Christmas Tree
Elegant Tree Ornaments
Star Ornaments
Filigree Ornaments
Up on the Roof 
Santa Hats
Christmas Lights

Templates
Acknowledgements and about the authors


Origami Christmas trees I folded from page 84.

Making Christmas Bright with Papercrafts ISBN-13 : 978-0486842400 is available worldwide at Dover Publications. Dover, Great Books, Variety & Value Since 1941. Check out their catalog at Dover Publications. Dover has generously offered to giveaway a copy! One winner will be selected at random. Open until November 24, 2020. Canada & USA only. Good luck!


24 comments:

  1. I would also like the book The Art of Painting and Drawing Animals
    By: Fredric Sweney

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  2. I would like the Make Your Own Greeting Cards book

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  3. I would love to give the Creative Haven Entangled Coloring Book to... myself! :)

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  4. The Creative Haven By the Sea Color by Number would make a very calming gift.

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  5. Another one that I would like is Make in a Day: Paper Flowers.

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  6. My Little Crocheted Christmas for me!

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  7. My Little Crocheted Christmas: Festive Projects to Make the Season Bright looks great too
    jan

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  8. The Epicurean: The Classic 1893 Cookbook.

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  9. i would like anyone of them. so amazing

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  10. I would like to have The Begiining Knitter’s Manual as my daughter-in-law would like to learn to knit!
    https://store.doverpublications.com/0486842886.html

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  11. I would also love to gift (to my mom) the Christmas Ornaments book...she loves coloring!

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  12. I WOULD LIKE A TREASURY OF GREAT RECEIPES.

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  13. Fabulous Fashions of the 1950s Coloring Book Thanks

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  14. I would love the book A Treasury of Great Recipes, 50th Anniversary Edition: Famous Specialties of the World's Foremost Restaurants Adapted for the American Kitchen.

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  15. I would like to get the Norman Rockwell Classics book .

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  16. I would like to get 'The Art of Stone Painting: 30 Designs to Spark Your Creativity'.

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  17. Another book I would like is Knitted Toys: 20 Cute and Colorful Projects.

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  18. I would also love the Creative Haven Christmas Ornaments Coloring Book.

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  19. I would also love the book: Wonder and Glory Forever: Awe-Inspiring Lovecraftian Fiction by Laird Barron, Nick Mamatas, Molly Tanzer, Erica L. Satifka, Livia Llewellyn.

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  20. 400 Floral Motifs for Designers, Needleworkers and Craftspeople would be a great book

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  21. I know someone who would love the The Saturday Evening Post MORE Spot the Differences Picture Puzzles. It would make a great gift.

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  22. I would also like the Selected Poems by Emily Dickinson for my sister.
    Paula

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  23. My daughter would love the My Little Crocheted...
    Doerthe Eisterlehner

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