Halloween Ebook {Review and Giveaway}

I’m so excited to show you an ebook from PartyCraftSecrets.com  called ‘Hair-Raising Halloween’ that has so many fun ideas and templates in it that you will be busy until Halloween! In fact, there are over 40 pages of ideas, images and templates to inspire.  I was given a copy of the ebook to review, and it did not disappoint.

One of my favorite aspects of the book is the crafts and projects are rated by a ‘crown’ system. A picture of one crown means that this project is simple enough for little hands to accomplish, two crowns means there might be a little more difficult cuts and a grown-up may need to help, and three crown crafts are for more mature crafters. I like that I could know right away what project would be appropriate for my children or myself.

She includes some wonderful Halloween print papers that you can use for her suggested projects, or even some of your very own!

There are so many fun projects that your child will love doing, including one of my favorites…a spooky mirror trick craft! I am definitely doing this with my girls!

I promise you will not be disappointed by this book, and there is something in here for everyone in your family…even if it is just using the paper to make a fun utensil holder like this one:

 

 

And now for the most exciting part,  Linda from Partycraft Secrets is giving away 3 copies to our Craft Gossip Readers!!!  If you don’t end up winning, you can purchase the ebook here in time for Halloween!

 

Here’s how to enter:

1) Head to Partycraft Secrets ‘Hair Raising Halloween Ebook’ Page, and tell me in the comments section which craft you might want to try!

2) Follow Partycraft Secrets on Facebook and leave a comment telling me you did so.

3) Tweet or Share this Post on Facebook and leave a comment telling me you did so.

This giveaway will be open until Friday, October 5, 2012 at 11:59pm EST.

Best of Luck!!

 

Comments

  1. smfsprout says

    I think the skeleton gingerbread cookies would be something I could do with my young grandchildren and we could eat our finished product.

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