The Kids' Book of Paper Love Review

A craft that can be used almost anywhere, anytime.  This lovely Kids' book of Paper Love shows us how to make boxes, paper chains and bookmarks to name a few.
Review of The Kids' book of Paper Love

About The Kids' Book of Paper Love 

Brimming from cover to cover with projects and other paper surprises, The Kids’ Book of Paper Love, from the bestselling editors of Flow magazine and books, is a bounty of a book that begs to be folded, cut up, collaged, doodled on, and shared.

Loop paper strips into a paper chain. Snip out bookmarks. Fold a paper house. Make photo booth props—a silly moustache, a crown—to pose with friends. Bind up a DIY storybook and use it to sketch out adventures and dreams. Construct a paper flower bouquet, a paper terrarium, a fortune-teller with prompts like Lend someone a book and tell them why you recommend it.
The Kids' book of Paper Love Postcards

Plus there are Flow’s signature paper goodies, including a foldout paper banner, postcards, glitter stickers, a paper doll, a two-sided poster, and so much more. It’s a pure hands-on treat.

Every page is an activity! Includes: Decorative cutouts, Cards for friends, A DIY storybook, Stamp stickers, Photobooth props …and more!

Our thoughts on The Kids' Book of Paper Love

This is a nice thick chunky book which has perforated pages throughout to help with the crafts.

The book can be taken out and about as little/minimum cutting and glue is required and is a perfect size for a handbag/rucksack.

paper cardboard boxes made from Paper Love Book

I am a big fan of getting out and about rather than having the children in all day on screens.  So when we are in, it's games and crafts.  We do play on the Xbox and laptop, but it's all in moderation, so this sort of craft is perfect!

The book is full of fabulous colourful papers and artwork with projects such as secret stash paper boxes.  There is something for everyone in this book and who doesn't love a little mystery to their craft.
Secret Stash Paper Box


1 comment:

  1. This sounds like something I would have loved as a child myself. Used to do lots of paper craft back then like paper chains, origami, snowflakes, paper dress-up dolls, etc


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