reflect the crafter's individuality and current crafting likes.
I really liked the paper section and technology section of the book, it is full of great ideas which I would not of thought about myself. I am a keen crafter and I thought the knitting and sewing sections contained ideas which I have either already made in some form or were easy to make however in the paper section there are projects for paper dolls using photographs of yourself, family members or friends, making flick books (an idea i am familiar with but i would not know where to start with this idea). The technology section has a great couple of pages on scanning images and ideas on manipulating and formatting images to make your own art work. There is also a section on making your own typeface - a fun idea that children may enjoy playing with.
In summary, this book is a great starting point, for people who are just dipping their toes into crafting and are unsure what area of craft they would like to try, because the book a snapshot into many different areas. It would be great for teachers and parents wanting ideas to try with children or groups of people.
Thank you to Vivays Publishing for sending me the book to review.