Martha Stewart includes a few crafts for most major holidays (New Years, Mother's Day and Father's Day, Christmas, Hanukkah, etc.) She covers a wide variety of crafts, from Easter eggs to embroidered valentines to ornaments to decorations made with fruit and flowers. The instructions are a bit sparse - I tried some of the projects and they weren't nearly as easy as she made them look, even when I did my own adaptations to try to make it easier.
Another book to buy. The book is divided into sections by holiday. I especially love the Christmas and Easter sections. I never knew there were so many ways to dye Easter eggs. There are some amazing card ideas in here for all occasions too. Great projects that look sophisticated, and great projects to do with kids. I was surprised by how simple yet beautiful many of the projects were.
Not as thorough as her Big Book of Crafts or Big Book of Christmas Crafts. This is good for people who want a variety, but small selection. I recommend her Big Book of Crafts instead.
More fun family projects brought to you by the Martha Stewart Elves. A warehouse approach to craftiness, but I know it will appeal to lots of folks. As you might expect, it involves glitter.
Another exquisite book of ideas from Martha.
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