This craft book, 50 Easter Things to Make and Do, is a really great thing to have on hand in springtime.
The title may say “Easter” and it’s certainly focused on Easter-type things, but it’s got a lot of wonderful craft ideas that are generally themed around the season of spring.
And while the crafts themselves are super cute, there are other things about the book that I also absolutely LOVE.
For example, it has the spiral binding, so it lays flat – which is handy when you’re looking from it to your project and back again.
Plus, the projects themselves have step-by-step instructions, which is great for showing children the progression of the craft from start to finish.
It’s also a great size to fit inside an Easter basket – which is how my daughter will be receiving it this year. And since, like I mentioned, many of the projects are great to do all throughout spring and not just for Easter, we’ll be working on some of these adorable crafts all through the season.
You can get a better look at the book in my video review:
The book is out of print on my Usborne Books & More site, but you can still find used copies on Amazon.
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