Little Loom Weaving by Andreia Gomez is a great book for beginners as well as well seasoned weavers. The book drew me in thanks to the beautifully simplistic looking projects featured on the front and back cover of this title. Home decor that’s handmade in color and design just gives a space that special something whether it be for your own home or as a gift.
Posts Tagged ‘Ulysses Press’
Busy Bags Kids Will Love: Make-Ahead Activity Kits for a Happy Preschooler and Stress-Free Parent By Sara McClure is a great resource! The Activities and ideas within are meant to be just more than a distraction but will also challenge children to think, recognize colors/shapes/numbers/patterns, build motor skills, and improve vocabulary in a fun hands-on way. The busy bags projects in this book are intended for children ages 3-6 years old.
Something we all can’t deny if that holidays can sometimes be hassle to get through! It seems like they sneak up on us and then we are a little scatterbrained getting all the details down. One of the most important things to manage during these times is the planning and preparations of delicious and nutritious meals to share among our family, friends, and neighbors. This is the time I often am searching the internet and my cookbooks for delicious recipes that 1. Won’t break the Bank with the ingredients, 2. Don’t Require a lot of babysitting, and 3. That likely will be welcome additions to a meal or served as an entire meal.
The Mason Jar Salads and More: 50 Layered Lunches to Grab and Go cookbook has changed the way we do things around my home! A book that not only gives on the proper mindset but also the will to dive in is quite something that one doesn’t come by often. Everything you’d want to know about creating salads in a mason jar is covered but it gos beyond in providing recipes for snacks, breakfasts, vinaigrettes, dips and lunches that contain more than just the general green stuff. I was assuming there’d just be your green salads with veggies thrown in but there’s pastas, fried rices, and other delicious combinations to compile that are something to brag about!
I’m excited that Wendy Piersall has a new coloring book out! Her latest book is full of designs one may come across in their dreams as they rest on their pillow for the night or when going about their day. I’m so happy to have been able to get my hands on a copy! I’ve been finding time throughout my busy Fall schedule to make time for a bit of coloring this book here and there.
Last Fall, I shared about Coloring Animal Mandalas by Wendy Piersall. Her book opened the door to a side of me that had been left dormant for far too long. In coloring again, I’ve been able to relax easier, stay focused, and rediscover that sense of accomplishment when a design is fully completed in coloring. I was encouraged to start experimenting in my art and in doing this I discovered new techniques I never imagined I’d enjoy so much. I’ve been very inspired by Wendy and her gorgeous designs that I feel obligated to share about one of her latest offerings “Coloring Flower Mandalas“.