If you like having stupid, silly, useless items that collect dust in your house, then this book is for you.
I bought this for my sister's birthday so I have not been able to do any of the projects but this is one I would love to keep for myself.
Not only are the photos in the book beautiful, the ideas presented are fresh and can be applied in a multitude of ways.
This book has a few interesting ideas that I will use but some are too simplistic or look like something a kid would do.Published 16 months ago by Sheryl Merkel
I have read several reviews on how 'useless' this book is and that would be true if you are looking for a craft book on how to make 'useful' items. Read morePublished on January 19, 2011 by K. Shiroma
This book was a complete waste for me. I like making USEFUL things from recycled items, and I like making realistic and funny critters from things in nature. Read morePublished on November 21, 2009 by Amazon Customer
Includes random projects that will never get made involving random household items lying around. Not very inspiring or attractive. blah.Published on August 2, 2009 by lianamaybeth
I was given this book as a gift; I probably would never have thought to buy it myself, despite making my living as a hands-on designer. Read morePublished on August 31, 2008 by Doc Occula
I really wasn't sure if this book was going to be good or not- I thought that at the least it would have some good ideas and nice pictures. Read morePublished on July 30, 2007 by A. Johnston
If your idea of craft is a kit from Michaels, then this book may stretch your understanding of what craft can be. Read morePublished on June 3, 2007 by A. Hartley
While this isn't my all time favorite craft book, it's a very good one. It actually maybe deserves 5 stars for the "Chelsea Bed" project alone. Read morePublished on May 25, 2007 by A. Egan
Very interesting ideas in this book and beautifully done also. I bought this for my sister's birthday so I have not been able to do any of the projects but this is one I would... Read morePublished on March 22, 2007 by K. Gillingham