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Petit Collage: 25 Easy Craft and Decor Projects for a Playful Home
     

Petit Collage: 25 Easy Craft and Decor Projects for a Playful Home

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by Lorena Siminovich
 

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From the beloved design brand for nurseries, playrooms, and every space in between, Petit Collage shows you how to make 25 of their bestselling paper and wooden accessories for your home. Customize toy chests, create cheerful name plaques, build bunny clocks, and more, with artist and owner Lorena Siminovich. Breaking down each project with simple,

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From the beloved design brand for nurseries, playrooms, and every space in between, Petit Collage shows you how to make 25 of their bestselling paper and wooden accessories for your home. Customize toy chests, create cheerful name plaques, build bunny clocks, and more, with artist and owner Lorena Siminovich. Breaking down each project with simple, illustrated step-by-step instructions, Siminovich presents easy tips on how to personalize the Petit Collage signature style with your child’s favorite colors and patterns. All you need are rubber stamps, paper, scissors, and the provided project templates to create a contemporary space filled with bright and distinctive décor.
 
Whether you’re looking for unique paper toys or vibrant namesake prints, Petit Collage’s whimsical craft projects will inspire your children to put their little touch and big imagination into your family home.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780385345088
Publisher:
Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony
Publication date:
04/15/2014
Pages:
160
Sales rank:
1,331,321
Product dimensions:
8.20(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.80(d)

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Meet the Author

LORENA SIMINOVICH, a designer, artist, and author who has written and illustrated more than twenty children’s books, is the founder of Petit Collage, a line of modern wall décor and accessories with a vintage sensibility. Her work is now sold in more than 1,000 stores and boutiques worldwide. Siminovich lives with her husband and their daughter in a recently renovated, art-filled home on a hill in San Francisco.

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Petit Collage: 25 Easy Craft and Decor Projects for a Playful Home 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Kassie17 More than 1 year ago
With not working right now, I have had more time to not only stay on top of the cleaning in our home, but also find little ways to make it feel more like home, and not just an apartment. It has been a lot of fun getting creative and finding cheap,  small ways to transform our living space into something that fits our family. One of the things I generally have a hard time with is meal planning... I am not a big fan of cooking anyway, but when I have to do it last minute, I am especially bad at coming up with a  good recipe :) So I recruited some help from my book blog, and found a great book that gave me the idea of creating a simple, cute  menu planner. The great thing about this was that I had almost everything I needed in my home, and it cost me about $4 to make  (I could have easily found a frame for less than that, at a garage sale or something, but I was impatient...)  The book is called Petit Collage, and Lorena Siminovich does a stupendous job of coming up with cute, creative ideas  and also making them easy to follow. The book is full of pictures that give the reader a clear idea of what the project will/should look like, and the back of the book has pages of templates for the projects! While books like this can easily turn an enthusiastic  beginning crafter into a discouraged one, Petit Collage will make crafters of all skill levels feel prepared to start creating : To learn more about the author, who also writes children's books, click here. This book was given to me free from the Blogging For Books program.
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"Who? And, don't swear. It ruins the reputation."