This time last year, The 12 Oh Creative Days of Christmas was launched.
You may have heard me talk about it.
I had such fun creating this eBook with my kids. But the actual selling of it and telling people why they should buy it?
Ick. Nobody likes talking about themselves.
So this year, I’m handing it over to people who bought the book (THANK YOU!) and I’m letting them do the talking.
Here’s what people are saying about The 12 Oh Creative Days of Christmas.
“These projects have really brought us a lot of joy, and an absolute minimum of stress. We’ll be diving into more of the 12 creative days between now and Santa’s arrival.” Cristin, Artsplorers
Susie from Handy with Scissors tried the All I Want for Christmas is… Yarn project:
“Yarn wrapped stars from @ohcreativeday‘s fab new Christmas e-book! 12 awesome scaleable ideas perfect for little ones and loads of tips, tricks and templates. Can’t wait to hand these fuzzy lovelies on our tree.”
Joanna and her Blue Barn crew made Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeers:
“Have you had the chance to check out the new eBook by @ohcreativeday yet? It’s aahhh-mazzzing! She is one creative lady! My kids have been drooling over all the fab Christmas projects in it all week trying to decide which to do first.”
Fynn from Happy Tot Shelf tried the Santa Baby project with the printables included with the book:
“You should totally check out Shannon’s Christmas crafts ebook. I practically bookmarked everything in the ebook to do!”
Discover and Dream tried the Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeers project:
“We love how easy and creative her ideas are and can’t wait to make more #craftmas from it!”
Cristin at Artsplorers went Walking in a Gingerbread Wonderland with her mini-maker:
“There are two things that I particularly loved about the crafts in this book. First, that they’re technically very manageable, and can be adapted to your child’s skill level. And, second, I found them so easy to make our own. If you have a look at Shannon’s versions of these projects, you’ll see that ours look pretty different, and that’s based on using mostly what we had around the house and finding our own inspiration. You don’t have to follow her example to the letter to make these projects come out well.”
The Weeble Wobble Wonder team exercised all the fine motor muscles with the book’s play dough mats.
Thea and her girls created so many masterpieces inspired by the book:
“Thanks to @ohcreativeday #ohcreativechristmas after school tomorrow is gonna be such fun!!!! If you have not yet gotten @ohcreativeday ebook you really must!!!!!”
Cara and Kinley had themselves an amazing #ohcreativechristmas
“When my sister-from-another-mister, Shannon @ohcreativeday, told me she was writing a Christmas crafts ebook, I preordered a copy immediately. I had extremely high hopes because that gal knocks my socks off daily with her creativity and this book of hers does NOT disappoint in the slightest! It’s literally everything you need to get your Christmas craft on for the entire month of December without spending even a single minute on Pinterest.”
Amy from Raising Little Disciples found the book useful as she navigated a move to a new country:
“We interrupt this programme to announce a great big THANK YOU to Shannon @ohcreativeday for your Santa-stic #ohcreativechristmas ebook! We have been going a little stir crazy over here the last month, cooped up either packing to leave a country or cooped up sick in a new country. So when I saw this crafty ebook in my inbox I did a little Hallelujah jig and a Christmas skip! We found a store that sold playdoh, printed out a BUNCH of pages and we were go-ho ho!”
And what a comment from @sofiti. If you do purchase the book, please tag me on social media @ohcreativeday and #ohcreativechristmas so I can see your creations. It makes me do a happy dance to the Michael Buble carols on non-stop rotation at my place.