BOOK GIVEAWAY: Paper Scissors Glue

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Paper Scissors Glue by Catherine Woram
Alligator project from Paper Scissors Glue by Catherine Woram
Project from Paper Scissors Glue by Catherine Woram
Project from Paper Scissors Glue by Catherine Woram
Bug project from Paper Scissors Glue by Catherine Woram
Piggy Bank project from Paper Scissors Glue by Catherine Woram
Decor project from Paper Scissors Glue by Catherine Woram
Paper Scissors Glue by Catherine Woram

Paper Scissors Glue by Catherine Woram

Photo: Ryland, Peters, & Small

If you're crafty and you have kids, you've probably seen Catherine Woram's books before. Her latest book, Paper Scissors Glue: 45 fun and creative papercraft projects for kids aged 3-10 (Ryland, Peters & Small) is an absolute delight.

The book is divided into four chapters: cutting, folding, printing & painting, and modelling. Each chapter is filled with projects using each of the techniques. The how-to is incredibly easy to follow and actually is photographed with children making each project. The photography is stunning with bright colors, terrific projects, and kids enjoying crafting. This book is an incredible inspiration for kids and crafty adults. Just flipping through, I found several projects I want to try, and I have no kids.

We're giving away three copies of Woram's terrific book, Paper Scissors Glue!

Leave a comment on this post before the deadline-11:59 pm, July 15th-and you could be one of the THREE lucky winners who will be chosen at random and announced on July 19th.


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Comments (17)

allisonsbj3 writes: Thanks for having this giveaway!
Posted: 5:25 pm on July 17th
Posted: 5:01 am on July 16th
ISewHaute writes: This looks like the ideal craft book for young children. I figure out a few small craft projects that are age appropriate for my granddaughter, crafts that she would enjoy making. I'm always looking for ideas for different kinds of projects and it's good to know there is a book with many great ideas! I can't wait to find this book!
Posted: 2:01 pm on July 15th
loridiane writes: I'd love to win this, I have a 2 and 5 year old!
Posted: 1:28 pm on July 15th
sassypriscilla writes: My 7-year-old son and I craft every week and would really enjoy this book. Thanks for the opportunity!
Posted: 11:43 am on July 15th
tennknitter writes: Looks like a great book - now that my 'little one' is almost grown up I'm borrowing friends children for play time. This would add to the fun.
Posted: 11:10 am on July 15th
garnetnm writes: Such a cute idea in your sample picture. Who couldn't use a book like this for kids!
Posted: 9:53 am on July 15th
happydaydeadfish writes: oooh...this looks like great fun!
Posted: 9:53 am on July 15th
jessyz writes: My daughter is only 2 and a half but we already make lots of boats, hats and paper mustaches (for some reason she thinks they are hilarious). I'd love a book like this for more inspiration.
Posted: 5:15 am on July 15th
ErinFromIowa writes: I am always looking for fun things to do with my grandson.
Posted: 5:02 am on July 15th
julesha writes: What a great looking book, it would be perfect for those rainy weekends when you can't get out and about.
Posted: 4:06 am on July 15th
JennyBolech writes: This book looks like fun - I'd love to have it for my niece!
Posted: 11:01 pm on July 14th
archmom writes: Love the book, both of my kids would enjoy it.
Posted: 9:30 pm on July 14th
MamaJJ writes: Awesome! I have been doing an art class with my son and his friends. This book would be perfect!!
Posted: 8:34 pm on July 14th
paintchipgirl writes: My 8 year-old twin daughters are constantly crafting with paper, pipe cleners and anything else at hand. They recently discovered simple origami. I'm excited about finding new projects in this book.
Posted: 4:57 pm on July 14th
cgoyer writes: As a grandmother this looks like a great book for those weekends with the grandkids.
Posted: 4:01 pm on July 14th
dotgirl writes: I do lots of crafting with children and am always looking for new ideas especially folding and cutting projects. This is a book I haven't run across yet and, after looking at the images above, I would love to see more of it.
Posted: 3:23 pm on July 14th
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