In the near future, I will be blogging about each of these books, showing you the wonderful things my family creates with them. So keep checking in! Or, head over to Amazon.ca / Amazon.com and get your copies now. I have provided the links below. I may even have a little give-away prize for one lucky viewer.
by Ashley Ann Laz "is full of ideas and tips on how to use colorful Japanese crafting tape to change normal, everyday things into wonderful works of art.The best part of this, is when you get bored of it, you simply peel off the tape and start again!"
The Everything Girls Ultimate Sleepover Party Book: 100+ Ideas for Sleepover Games, Goodies, Makeovers, and More!
by Laura McIntyre "is packed with ideas for throwing the most amazing sleepover party ever! From invitations to games to goodie bag—you'll find all you need for the ultimate slumber party, with themes like spa party, rock star diva, and glow in the dark."
By Thaneeya McArdleArt "isn't just for hanging on walls—you can be your own canvas! Express your artistic side on your hands, fingers, arms, and legs with washable makeup or body art crayons!Inside, you'll find more than 50 of the best projects ever for creative, original temporary tattoos, like mandalas, henna hand designs, sugar skulls, and more."
by Nate Lovett and Peggy BrownIn "Japan, kawaii means "cute," and what's cuter than fuzzy kittens, smiling flowers, and adorable berries?These lovable kawaii characters, like Bunita the bunny & Koni the ice cream cone, will melt your heart and leave you saying "aw" with every page. No matter what level artist you are, you'll find step-by-step directions and examples for drawing your favorite new friends."