The Pirate Craft Book Review & Giveaway

I have a fantastic book to review thanks to GMC distribution and the authors from Little Button Diaries; The Pirate Craft Book.

Win a copy of The Pirate Craft Book

I am very excited to try out all 15 pirate themed projects that are shown in great detail in this book!   Each challenge has a description of the project, a list of items that you will need and step by step instructions complete with pictures.   Authors Laura Minter & Tia Williams really have thought of everything to help you and your children achieve the desired pirate effect.

How to make a Pirate Telescope

Now, there is an 'easy-sew' project and a treasure chest cake - both tasks are my nemesis in the crafting world, but with my son's help I'm sure the cake .... no I'm not sure at all but it's worth a try, be sure to follow my Instagram just in case the cake appears on there....

All the projects can be made either from readily available items or from easy to source materials - this is very much in keeping with our lifestyle and as such Max and I were able to make the First Mate's Telescope!

First Mate's Telescope Craft

About The Pirate Craft Book

The Pirate Craft Book can be purchased from www.thegmcgroup.com from April, and is the latest in craft books from authors Laura Minter & Tia Williams, the book will retail at £6.99 (ISBN 9781784943288).

The following video shows the book and our telescopes that we made, and what I thought of the book.


The Pirate Craft Book Giveaway

I'm extremely pleased to be able to offer my lovely readers a chance to win a copy of the above book!  Not only that, but you have a 1 in 3 chance of winning as the lovely publishers GMC Publications have 3 of these craft books to give away!

So just fill in 1, some or all of the rafflecopter options below to be in with a chance of winning this super pirate craft book - perfect for the one of many dress up days for school if nothing else!

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Other titles available by Laura Minter & Tia Williams
The Princess Craft Book (RRP £6.99, ISBN 9781784940997)
The Knight Craft Book (RRP £6.99, ISBN 9781784941000)
Mini Makers (RRP £6.99, ISBN 9781784941017)
The Big Book of 100 Little Activities (RRP £6.99, ISBN 9781784942458)


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25 comments:

  1. Making an R2D2 costume for my son out of a plastic bin!

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  2. We once made a human sized sea shell from cardboard and paper mache! it turned out quite well

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  3. Recently got into book folding and made a hedhehog!

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  4. me and my daughter made some candles together they smelt lovely!

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  5. Me and my daughter made a castle once it was amazing

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  6. Making a darlek costume for world book day

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  7. I made my son a robot out of boxes and kitchen roll tubes. I made his head and arms move, I was so proud, lol x

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  8. this book looks fab and so much fun! My proudest crafting moment is probably making little cardboard broomsticks with miss T last week when she wanted to do harry potter themed crafts!

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  9. My Son's Christmas parade hat was pretty epic

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  10. Making my daughters christening shawl

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  11. My proudest crafting moment would have to be the time I helped my sons make a detailed 5ft paper airplane, it was the morning of the local air display and they were all hyped-up for it :@)

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  12. I am the world's least crafty person but since having my little boy I have started to enjoy it on his level - we recently made a boat out of various recycling stuff for school and had loads of fun doing it!

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  13. My proudest crafting moment was and still is winning top prize for a paper mache hand puppet I designed way back in school...it's what got me started and rellay interested in all forms of crafting from design, materials and making.

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  14. Knitting my son's baby blanket.

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  15. Making regular clothes that fit!

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  16. Victoria HallMarch 25, 2017

    A knitted a scarf whilst pregnant

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  17. hali kinsonMarch 25, 2017

    knitted a quilt for my newborn

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  18. Making my little girl's first Easter bonnet

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  19. Making blanket for my boys

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  20. Making a Victorian style rag doll for my daughter which she loved and has now been passed on to my granddaughter :)

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  21. For a fancy dress party I crafted my own Medusa wig with an old messy wig, wire, clay, paint etc. Took hours and wasn't perfect but was a decent effort and I was super proud of it - I have still got it, can't bring myself to part with it! :)

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  22. My little girl and I made her easter bonnet this year it looked fab if I do say so myself and she won first prize . So very proud of it as it made my little girl very happy and we had great fun making it

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  23. Made a pretty dress for my daughters doll

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  24. making a fairy town for my daughter xx

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