Build a Christmas Village: Paper Houses to Make and Decorate for the Holidays by Leonard HospidorBuild a Christmas Village: Paper Houses to Make and Decorate for the Holidays by Leonard Hospidor

Build a Christmas Village: Paper Houses to Make and Decorate for the Holidays

byLeonard Hospidor

Hardcover | September 6, 2011

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Delight friends and family with an enchanting old-world village, festively decked out for the holidays.
It's simple! Just punch the pieces, fold, glue, and add glitter to make a steepled church; English Tudor Revival home with a Shaker roof; New England-style Colonial; a bow-wow-wow doghouse; snow-covered trees, and more! 
 
The all-inclusive kit features an instruction book, cardstock project sheets, vellum, glitter, pipe cleaners, glue, and one premade evergreen tree.
Leonard Hospidor is a recording engineer, photographer, and paper crafter. His travel photos have appeared in magazines like Yachting and Cruise Travel and in Thomas Cook guidebooks to Hawaii and New York City. This is his first papercraft book. http://www.BuildaChristmasVillage.com
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Title:Build a Christmas Village: Paper Houses to Make and Decorate for the HolidaysFormat:HardcoverDimensions:68 pages, 9 × 13 × 1 inPublished:September 6, 2011Publisher:Sterling InnovationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1435129318

ISBN - 13:9781435129313

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from A fun craft for children (no scissors required) I ordered a few of these last year, and I really hope Indigo will get more of them. There's quite a lot for $16, in terms of the number of structures to build, the quality of the materials, and the amount of decoration included. The buildings can be punched out, no need for scissors which is good if you have little ones. Glue is included, but if you want to keep them for year to year, I'd suggest using tape instead; that way you can store them flat. Between the punching out, assembling and decorating, it's a fun project that takes 45min.
Date published: 2018-07-19