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100 Little Christmas Gifts to Make is a great book for any Christmas crafter out there! It’s full of great craft ideas and useful tips. Many of the crafts are good year-round!
All the crafts in the book make for great holiday gifts, and as you can see from the image above, many of them make for great gifts for other occasions as well. This is really a useful book for any crafter.
The book is divided into sections based on which craft each item is: Stitching, Papercrafting, Knitting, Jewelry, Crochet, Sugercrafts, and Polymer Clay. Each section starts out with a page or two of important tips and techniques that will help you succeed in creating the items in that section.
Many of the crafts are at an easy skill level, though some are a bit more advanced. Even the easiest are lovely, though. There are some really cute broaches in several of the sections.
So weather you are looking to decorate your home for Christmas, make presents, or just learn some new skills, this is a great book for you. You can even make a lot of the projects with kids if you are looking for some fun winter crafts!
You can find 100 Little Christmas Gifts to Make on Amazon HERE. Or you can win it below!
To win the 100 Little Christmas Gifts to Make you must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid shipping address in the USA. Giveaway will end at the end of day eastern time on Dec. 11, 2017. Winner will be contacted by email and will have 1 week to reply with a valid shipping address or a new winner will be chosen.
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