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  • St. Martin’s Press
  • St. Martin’s Griffin
  • September 2014
  • Trade Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781250052117
  • ISBN10: 1250052114
  • 8.74 x 8.71 inches, 128 pages
  • Includes over 150 color photographs and illustrations throughout
  • $ 21.99

 

 

I like to do different craft projects and love to try something new.  I recently received 50 Ribbon Rosettes & Bows to Make.  It is a great book with lots of different projects.  I like that I can finish a project in a short amount of time. 50 Ribbon Rosettes & Bows to Make  is divided into four chapters including:

  • Hair accessories and jewelry
  • Great Gift wrapping ideas and presentation boxes
  • Floral designs
  • A Gallery showing additional uses for your new ribbon creations

IMG_0647(1)What I really liked about this book is the instructions.  They are clear and easy to understand and there is step-by-step illustrations.  It made it really easy to  follow and even though the projects look like they may be hard they are pretty easy.

My favorite section was the gift wrapping ideas and presentation boxes. I love to make the outside of my gift be as special as what is on the inside.  This book gave me a ton of new ideas.

About the Author:

Deanna Csomo McCool is a former newspaper reporter who has practiced arts and crafts since she could tie her shoes. The mother of two daughters, she began sewing bows so that her daughters would feel like princesses. She designs sewing patterns and blogs about ribbon crafts, sewing, quilting and other fiber arts at www.sewmccool.com.

If you would like to purchase 50 Ribbon Rosettes & Bows to Make you can do so below on the link from Amazon.com.

50 Ribbon Rosettes & Bows to Make

The publishers were nice enough to send me 4 extra books that I would love to share.  You must be 18+ US (48).  Leave a comment on your what are your favorite craft projects.  Extra entry for each way you follow Kaisy Daisy’s Corner. Giveaway ends Nov 14, 2014. Enter daily for more chances to win.

Please fill out the form HERE to enter.

Kaisy1I received a Copy of this book from the author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for the review, and the review is honest and my responsibility.

  28 Responses to “50 Ribbon Rosettes & Bows to Make Review and Giveaway”

  1. I too am a crafter and I’m sure this book will be helpful when attempting to make rosettes from ribbon. Thank you for the review.

  2. My favorite craft projects are to make homemade holiday cards.

  3. I am an email subscriber.

  4. These are so pretty

  5. My favorite crafts project is anything that is crocheted. I also like making jewelry.

  6. I’m a “very slow at doing it” scrapbooker.

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  11. Perfect for Christmas

  12. I’d like this to learn how to make bows for our granddaughter.

  13. Looks easy to make.

  14. Little girls love these.

  15. I love doing crafts with my grankids,they love making things to give as gifts

  16. I love crafting. This is perfect.

  17. This is awesome. I would love for my daughter.
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  18. Every little girl would love to wear these.

  19. So easy to make.

  20. They are so pretty

  21. I love doing crafts of all types.

  22. This would be fun to do with a little girl.

  23. Would love to learn to make hair bows.

  24. So many to choose from, it is hard to pick

  25. My favorite craft projects are taking old items and putting cute trinkets on them/painting them to make them quaint.

  26. I love the step by step instructions.

  27. I love doing counted cross stitch!

  28. I don’t have a favourite.

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