December 20, 2010

Review: A Homemade Christmas by Tina Barseghian

Title: A Homemade Christmas
Author: Tina Barseghian
Release Date: September 1st, 2010
Publisher: Harlequin
Pages: 128
Making something with your own hands—whether it's a plate of just-baked cookies, a handcrafted stocking, a homemade wreath, or a hand-folded origami ornament—is a great way to connect with the true meaning of Christmas.
From holiday decorating to gift giving, A Homemade Christmas is chock-full of projects, recipes, tips, and helpful hints that are guaranteed to add a homemade touch to your holiday season. Open this charming volume to any page and discover a wealth of practical and easy-to-accomplish ideas for a homemade holiday:
• create personal, distinctive holiday greetings
• deck the halls with festive, handmade trimmings
• cook simple but memorable homemade dishes
• make unique, handcrafted gifts
• share the joy of the season with friends and family
Packed with inspiration and how-tos for ideas that are family-friendly and eco-conscious, festive and meaningful, A Homemade Christmas will put homemade back into your holidays!
I'm not the most creative person and it's extremely difficult for me to do something with my hands. But I like to do homemade cards and stuff like that. Actually, my other hobby besides reading is scrapbooking.

I was thinking to do some homemade cards for this Christmas but didn't know how to do them easily and cute. But then I found this book and thought it would be good to read it. Since the beginning I love it. The homemade cards were so easy to do that I wanted to buy supplies right away!

You will find more than how to make cards....for example, you will find cute decorations for your house (origami),  how to grow a holiday plant (maybe it's stupid, but all of my plants die), and cooking. Not all of them are extremely original or impressive, but they are easy to do and a bunch of them are kid friendly.

Overall, if you want to try doing hand made cards or else, but you aren't very creative, you should check out this book. The ideas are original, and most important, easy!


More about this book at Goodreads and Amazon.

2 comments:

  1. I am SO not crafty, but this would be so fun to try! Thanks for the review, Gaby! :)

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