Zamrzla presents clever and unique ways to create unusual books and booklets from common household and office items ranging from change envelopes through ziplock bags. The directions are often complex but are extremely clear, and adults should have little trouble following the instructions correctly. Many of the projects would be appropriate for children but will require close adult supervision and guidance for safety’s sake. The construction techniques Zamrzla explains lend themselves to expansion and encourage creativity. All in all, this is a nice craft book for those who want to learn the basics of handsewn book construction.
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