Craft-A-Day: 365 Simple Handmade Projects Book (Blogoversary Giveaway #4)

Having set myself the rather ambitious task of doing an advent activity a day with The Boy, I then needed to find a good selection of activities to do with him that wouldn't require copious amounts of glitter and images of Father Christmas (or I'd go mad!).

Luckily, I was sent a copy of this book by Sarah Goldschadt:

Inside 'Craft-A-Day' is a craft activity for every day of the year, but it's very cleverly split into weeks featuring crafts surrounding one image or theme. And at the beginning of each week, a template is provided for that theme so it becomes even easier to do simple and effective craft with your children.

Next week's craft theme is 'Gingerbread Men':

It's a brilliant idea to enable parents to do crafts with their children, and I'm really looking forward to dipping into it with The Boy and choosing some great activities to complete.

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I was sent a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. My opinion is honest and unbiased.

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  1. Claire Bennett says

    We made 'melt and pour' soaps with little animals embedded in them – Christmas presents for his little friends!

  2. says

    I don't think they'd appreciate being called little ones…but we have all been making felt Christmas decorations this week. The book looks like a great place to find templates to make more felt goodies.

  3. anna says

    we made a pirate hat the other day, not done any xmassy crafts so far actually! i dont think i do enough crafts but this book sounds great and hopefully would help us do a bit more

  4. emma ann scott says

    we made angels at playgroup for the church ! we are going to the church to hang them up n friday ! im not very crafty i just need some inspiration to get me going this book looks amazing !

  5. Helen Grayson says

    I work in a school – so we made pirate maps for the children. They buried treasure on a square and had to write directions. (they all got a little gift at the end if they could find it) :) Loved it. They sound like brilliant activities you can do with any age too :) xx

  6. Emma Jackson says

    Last night we made macaroni cheese and before that we made a panda pencil case because she loves pandas so much x

  7. Caroline H says

    This year's Christmas cards – we always make our own. It's great fun thinking up the theme and getting all the craft materials out.

  8. Jane English says

    We made Christmas decorations, the ones where you cut strips of coloured paper & make chains.

    It was something we always did as kids & made us feel already for Christmas

  9. Kirsty Norton says

    The last thing we made was paper chains using pretty vintage paper, they look really stylish and were simple and mess free which is always a bonus

  10. Clara says

    We made a OTT, heavily decorated crown for my little dressing up fiend. After our conversation the other day this could provide some much needed inspiration!

  11. says

    We made special Christmas cards on canvas using hand and foot prints from the little ones to make reindeer then Daddy and I did thumb print red noses!

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