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Everything Alice | Hannah Read-Baldrey & Christine Leech | Review


Everything Alice is a beautifully designed craft book featuring around 50 easy to follow tutorials all inspired by Alice In Wonderland. Subtitled ‘The Wonderland book of makes’ this book has ideas for everything you need to throw a charming Alice themed party.

The projects include everything from teatime treats to jewellery pieces, unique accessories, pretty decorations and more, each with full page colour images of the finished product as well as smaller step-by-step photographs. Alongside the tutorials are illustrations and quotes taken directly from Alice In Wonderland showing where the inspiration has come from. There is also a templates section at the end of the book making it much easier to recreate the projects.

My five favourite project ideas from the book are:

The Dandy White Rabbit – a lovely sewing project where you can create your very own White Rabbit toy complete with felt pocket watch

Wonderland Cookie Cutters – a thrifty way to create your own custom cookie cutters in any shape using aluminium baking trays

Playing Card Bunting – beautiful stencilled bunting that would look lovely decorating any tea party

Wonderland Mobile – the perfect project for decorating a nursery, this mobile is made up of felt characters suspended from real branches

Invitation Cushion – another sewing project, this time based on an envelope shaped cushion with button fastening and a pretty mixed media stamp

With it’s beautifully designed layout and images Everything Alice is a lovely book that would make the perfect gift for Alice fans and anyone who loves to craft!

Photo c/o Erin

1 comment

  1. What a lovely Christmas gift! It looks beautifully photographed/illustrated too!

    Nell @ And Nell Writes


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