Stacy Tilton Reviews: Books to learn by

Sunday, November 19

Books to learn by

Books are one of those things that you can give as a gift, or use to make gifts. Really they are quite universal and have so much to teach. I've been trying to teach my daughter there is more to life then buying presents at the store. When you make them yourself they mean so much more because they come from the heart.


This Christmas, wouldn't it be nice to have all the holiday cards, gift tags, and decorations in one place? Not only will it save time and money, but it will be fun at the same time. Say no more!

Christmas Papercrafting: Holiday Cards, Gift Tags, and More, created by a cast of extremely talented artists, hits the market just in time for the holiday spirit to enter our midst. Inside, a colorful explosion of greeting cards, mini-cards, gift tags, bookmarks, art frameables, envelope templates, and scrapbook paper will meet your eye. Each item is beautifully illustrated with joyous imagery and merry sentiments.

It's so easy to find just the right art card here—perforated, colored, and ready to embellish—that beams with good will and cheerfulness. With a wealth of scrapbook papers, card-stock templates, and frameable art, Christmas Papercrafting is a wonderful resource for every crafter who wants to send their holiday best.


In the new book Complete Book of Sewing Techniques: More Than 30 Essential Sewing Techniques for You to Master internationally-accredited sewing machine expert Wendy Gardiner shares sewing techniques ideal for beginning sewers as well as a those who already have sewing skills. Along with clear instructions on everything from making seams, hems, sleeves, and collars to attaching linings and zippers, Wendy includes comprehensive information on fabrics, threads, needles and other equipment. Her clear directions ensure that even beginners will get great results.


Many dog owners are flocking to natural homemade food for their pups. Now you can spoil (and nourish) your pampered pooch with only the best ingredients. In the new book Doggy Desserts: 125 Homemade Treats for Happy, Healthy Dogs by Cheryl Gianfrancesco, dog owners can rest easy knowing they are providing their pooch with a snack made with healthy ingredients. This beautiful book presents easy-to-do, fun recipes divided into six categories: cookies, bars, drop cookies, cakes, muffins, and frozen treats.

For dog owners who are concerned about controlling what’s in their dogs’ food or who are looking to find low-cal, low-fat options for their slightly plump pups, Doggy Desserts provides many tasty options. From carob peanut butter crunch balls, sweet potato biscuits and liver oatmeal bones to granola bars, apple sauce spice cake, and watermelon dog sherbet, owners will be tempted to try each of these delectable delights before serving to their dogs.

Whether you're buying a book for a gift, or buying it for yourself they are a treasure all in themselves. So next time you're out check out some books and see what you can create for others.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of the above mentioned brand. I received product(s) in exchange for my honest and unbiased thoughts. All thoughts and opinions stated are my own and are in no way influenced by my partnership with mentioned brands.

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