We all have household items sitting in our cupboards or kitchen cabinets that can be used to create art pieces, if we look at them in a different way. Read my book review of Paper Goods Projects to see how you can transform everyday objects into creative pieces.
Disclaimer: I received this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for writing this review. All thoughts are my own and are not swayed by receiving a free copy of this book. This post may contain affiliate links.
Recently I received a copy of Paper Goods Projects by Jodi Levine with photography by Amy Gropp Forbes. Jodi Levine worked for 19 years with Martha Stewart so I immediately knew that she had the talent to share these projects. I was worried that the projects would be difficult to replicate or too advanced for a novice paper goods crafter, but once I looked through the book I knew that I was wrong. These projects are easy to replicate for a beginner crafter and even many are for children.