Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Paper Holiday Review
*This item was given to Southern Momma's Reviews for free in order to write an honest opinion on www.southernmommasreviews.
My little brothers have been huge into making things out of paper. When I got this book in, my brothers were super excited. They loved getting to make some amazing Christmas ornaments and much more.
Paper Holiday was really neat to look at, learning how to make such unique things out of only using paper. I was amazed. This book is great for ages 7 and up, as an adult I even loved this book! I was shocked when I noticed each design had paper hooks in different sizes and colors. This is great for hanging these up on a tree. I know my toddler loved hanging up ornaments that my brothers actually made!
Paper Holiday—the sixth in the PaperMade series—is an instant holiday classic. Each page has a unique design that's pre-cut, scored, and beautifully illustrated. Ornaments simply punch out and fold up into 3D shapes with easy-to-follow instructions right on the page. Each design has paper hooks in different sizes and colors, that hang on a tree, mantle, cubicle, dorm room, or any place that needs holiday cheer!
Paper Holiday combines paper craft with advanced paper engineering so no glue, tape, or tools are ever needed! Plus, Paper Holiday ornaments aren’t fragile—they won’t shatter and don’t need special storage! Everyone ages 7 to 101 loves making PaperMade holiday ornaments and you will too.
PaperMade™ books are easy to make—no glue, tape, or tools are needed. They’re a safe, simple, and nostalgic alternative to digital games and are fun for the whole family. PaperMade™ is paper craft for everybody!
PaperMade™ books and products put the power to create and to play in your hands! Transform simple, flat paper pages into functional 3-D toys, accessories, and objects. PaperMade™ was created by Daniel Stark of Stark Design, a branding and packaging design agency in New York City. Stark is the co-author of Stoked: The Evolution of Action Sports (Empire Editions, 2006) and holds a BFA from Parsons School of Design.