There is something new and exciting for kids from the editors of Flow magazine – The Kids’ Book of Paper Love. This exciting book is geared towards kids ages 7 through 14, yet even older teens and adults may like it. This post is sponsored by Workman Publishing, and does contain affiliate links, though all opinions are my own.
All about The Kids’ Book of Paper Love
Brimming from cover to cover with projects and other paper surprises, The Kids’ Book of Paper Love, from the bestselling editors of Flow magazine and books, is a bounty of a book that begs to be folded, cut up, collaged, doodled on, and shared.
Loop paper strips into a paper chain. Snip out bookmarks. Fold a paper house. Make photo booth props—a silly mustache, a crown—to pose with friends. Bind up a DIY storybook and use it to sketch out adventures and dreams. Construct a paper flower bouquet, a paper terrarium, a fortune-teller with prompts like Lend someone a book and tell them why you recommend it.
The Kids’ Book of Paper Love is from the bestselling editors of Flow magazine and books including A Book That Takes Its Time and 50 Ways to Draw Your Beautiful, Ordinary Life. Now Flow enters the children’s section for the first time.
I made fun projects out of this book, like a paper house and a fortune teller game like the ones that my friends and I used to make as kids. I also colored a shooting star, and filled out some postcards with stickers and text.
This book is such fun, and can really help to get that creativity flowing! There are pages upon pages of endless inspiration, and this creative book would make a great gift for that special kid in your life. I’ll be picking up another copy for my niece, and I just know that she is going to adore it!
I have an exciting giveaway to share with y’all! I’m giving away a prize package that includes a copy of The Kids’ Book of Paper Love and a Flow craft book for Mom: A Book That Takes Its Time: An Unhurried Adventure in Creative Mindfulness. Enter below for your chance to win!