I am giving away three copies of my book Every Day’s A Holiday: Year-Round Crafting With Kids this week, and here is how you can enter…
Leave a comment on this blog entry and tell me your favorite holiday.
You can also earn extra entries by doing the following blogging, tweeting, or facebooking about my book. Just leave another seperate comment with the URL of where you posted Oh and if you have already posted about my book (super huge thank you!) go ahead and leave a comment with the link.
Even if you have already bought my book (and I cannot thank you enough for that :) :) You can still enter and save it for a gift. Goodness knows the holidays are approaching! I wanted to post a couple of my most favorite projects here, so you could get a peek inside.
Here is all the book info–
Kids love making crafts, and no one knows that better than Heidi Kenney, creator of the popular blog My Paper Crane. In this festive how-to book, Heidi shares a year’s worth of classic and not-so-classic projects that the whole family will enjoy, from the National Bird Day embroidered handmade book to the St. Patrick’s Day mini leprechaun pin. Fifty fully photographed projects are geared to all age levels and abilities. Some—like the New Year’s Day newspaper hats—are simple enough for small kids to make themselves with minimum assistance, while more complicated projects require a little extra help from mom or dad. With so many fun projects to bring the family together, Every Day’s a Holiday proves that every day really is a holiday.
Heidi Kenney created her blog (www.mypapercrane.com) as a venue to showcase her handmade art projects. Her work has been featured in many galleries and she sells her creations to a number of select shops. She lives with her family in Pennsylvania.
France Ruffenach is a San Francisco-based photographer specializing in food and crafting.
You can enter by leaving a comment until Friday morning. At 11am EST I will draw the winners names, and Chronicle will be sending out your books!