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If you like making things with paper as much as I do you will definitely have fun with the book Paper Play: Roll it. Rip it. Fold it. Snip it! and thanks to the great peeps at Running Press you can enter to win a copy. Simply leave a comment in today’s post saying what your favorite paper project is by October 29th, 2013 and I will randomly pick a winner. Open to U.S. residents only please.
Books being one of my all time favorite things and being that I am currently reading more than I can count, bookmarks are a necessity. So I of course had to try the origami bookmark tutorial in Paper Play: Roll it. Rip it. Fold it. Snip it!. It was so easy to follow the great step-out illustrations and voila! I had a cute little paper corner bookmark. I used a scrap of Halloween scrapbook paper but I have a feeling it will work with just about anything including recycled magazine pages and more. I think I will try to make a few with strategically placed images!
The projects and patterns included in Paper Play: Roll it. Rip it. Fold it. Snip it! will have you making and decorating for days! There are some patterns for single sheet books, games, paper dolls, decorating elements, and even a trophy and a crown.
More about the book from the publisher:
by Lydia Crook
Find out how much fun a simple piece of paper can be! Every page of this book can be used to play games or make fantastic paper creations—from a paper snowflake, pretty beads, or a never-ending card, to a magic trick, a paper town, and more!
Pick a page at random; add scissors, pens or glue, then follow the instructions. Discover the endless ways you can play with paper.
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