Update: Here's the link to the Autumn Crafts eBook sales page.
I want to
tell you about the new eBook that I mentioned briefly last week (and that will be available on Tuesday, September 18th): The Artful Year :: Celebrating the Seasons and Holidays with Family Arts and Crafts
This is the first in a four
book series on seasonal crafting and focuses on autumn crafts and recipes that
a family can make and do together. There are 76 pages of autumn leaf crafts, Halloween decorations and crafts, delicious apple and pumpkin recipes, and ideas for celebrating Thanksgiving.
Before I show you what's inside, I wanted to share what a couple of the folks on my awesome editorial team have said:
I have to tell you that I thoroughly enjoyed reading your ebook! I don't think it has ever happened to me that I have read an arts & craft book or magazine that I wanted to do every single project and make every single recipe!! Amazing!! I have been going on about it to anyone who will listen!! (and I have many publications that I have purchased over the years for that one and only project that caught my eye…) The projects are all so do-able with widely available materials and ingredients…a must have for this budget conscious stay-at-home mom!! -Beth Firth
Those comments sure made my day!
Okay, here's a sneak peak of some of the contents of The Artful Year :: Autumn…
Just a few of the crafts, decorations, and recipes that you'll find inside:
- Yarn spider webs
- Thankful stones
- Apple-cheddar hand pies
- Not-a-hand turkey drawing
- Pumpkin-oat scones
More than half of the projects are new, but I've also included these Artful Parent favorites:
filter spider webs
- Felt bat garlands
- Doodle leaves
- Thanksgiving leaf banner
- Jack-o'-lantern pancakes
I had so much fun putting this Autumn crafts eBook together! I think you're going to like it!
One more week of editing and I will have this eBook ready for you on Tuesday the 18th!
P.S. There's a chance I'll make it available to newsletter subscribers ahead of time if I can get my ducks in a row…