Comment to Win 'Homemade: The Heart and Science of Handcrafts'

Posted by on Nov 12, 2012

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This week, comment for your chance to win a copy of "Homemade: The Heart and Science of Handcrafts" by Carol Endler Sterbenz, an illustrated encyclopedia of beading, paper crafting, floral arts, decoupage, decorative embellishing, hand printing, and children's arts and crafts. This book is packed with hundreds of techniques and original projects — all explained in easy-to-follow step-by-step directions, and supported by more than 800 hand-drawn illustrations, diagrams, patterns, and clip art.

Recently, Carol stopped by CraftFoxes to talk about a fun and messy craft for kids, papier mache. In the article How to Papier Mache with Kids, she shares her tips for a craft project that is fun and intriguing for the young ones while also inspiring even those jaded middle schoolers to get creative.

For more information about Carol's homemade crafting (and to download free craft project pdfs), visit Make it Homemade

Comment to Win!

To enter this giveaway, just leave a comment on this post by Monday, November 19, at 11:59pm EST. 

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  • by alexandrea.morton
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    I'd love to expand my repertoire of crafty abilities, this book looks wonderful, thank you for the giveaway!

  • by pearspalette
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    i would love to win this book!!! i am obsessed with craft books!!!

  • by ellen m.
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    ellen m.

    The book looks fantastic! With the holidays coming up and the kids on break, it would be great to have some new project ideas. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • by mhairia77
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    This would be a great book for any parent or teacher. What a great idea, I think I need 5 of these for Christmas.

  • by cortney.boaspalmatier
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    This book would be perfect for this super crafty person ;) Ill be making lots of handmade gifts for Christmas :D

  • by needledd
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    The hand printing caught my attention!

  • by stacyofksw
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    I share Andrew's weakness for craft books and as a scientist, this book seems right up my alley :) (crossing my fingers)

  • by thatmoxiegirl
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    What an awesome book!

  • by andrew dewar
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    andrew dewar

    I have a real weakness for craft books, but as soon as the word science appears I'm caught. This one looks like it really lives up to its name: truly encyclopedic. I definitely need to have this book on my desk.