If you’ve been hanging out here for a while, you will know that we spend most of our time writing craft books for kids. We thought we’d share a few projects from each of our books on our little blog, so we’re kicking things off with The Knight Craft Book and this sparkly Kings Crown, which is super easy to make!
Happy Friday! We thought we’d share a bit more about our latest craft book, The Big Book of 100 Little Activities.
The book is aimed to occupy and entertain little ones. There are 100 projects ranging from spur of the moments crafts and mini projects to do over a few days.
To celebrate the release of the book, we’re hoping to get littles ones (and bigger ones) crafting. We’ve running a little competition over on our Instagram alongside the lovely Oh Creative Day. She’s our Australian craft buddy! To win a copy of the book, all your need to do is share a post showing how you use random bits and pieces around the house to create craft projects. Be sure to tag us @littlebuttondiaries and @ohcreativeday using the hashtag #lbdmakes #thiscreativeday. (Full T&Cs at the bottom of this post)
We thought we’d give you a sneak peek into our favourite book so far (shh don’t tell the others!), Mini Makers. It’s a really special book to us. It took a long time to put together and all of the projects were tested out on our little guinea pigs. We’re really proud of how it turned out.
Today marks the most exciting day for us since we started the blog. That’s because today is the official release date of our third book, Mini Makers. It’s taken a year to write, edit and design so we’re really pleased it’s officially available to buy and it’s our proudest moment as Little Button Diaries.
My Little Button is a
tiny bit massively into knights at the moment. We went to Norwich Castle at the start of the year and since then she’s been all about rescuing her brother from dragons whilst riding on our kitchen mop like a horse. We were going to her friend’s princess party recently and she was adamant she wanted to be a knight. I admired her boldness, and wouldn’t squash that into a princess dress, so I made her this tabard.