Saturday, January 18, 2014

Loom Magic! Book Review and Giveaway (open to US and Canada)

The latest craze for kids of all ages this year seems to be the rubberband looms.
Who knew there were so many things to make with them besides bracelets?  Or, that there are so many different bracelets that you can make?

The craze in our family started when my 6 yr old granddaughter, Willo, got an early Christmas present of one of the loom kits.
From there my daughter (her mother) was off buying more looms and more rubber bands.

All 5 of the kids, and my daughter went on a bracelet making tangent.  They made bracelets for everyone for Christmas.  (Yes, even my 12 yr old grandson had a blast making these)

I even gave my 17 yr old a loom kit for Christmas too.

When I gave my copy of Loom Magic to my oldest daughter, she was excited too to find out all the different things you can make.

There are 25 projects in Loom Magic!   The projects take anywhere from 1 to 4 looms to complete. 
She had already bought extras, so she was all set.

Below is a picture of the Octo Bracelet that she made from the book.  She is wearing it and she took the photo.
Here are a couple other projects that I scanned from the book to share with you:


Information about the book sent to me by the publisher:
Loom Magic! 25 Awesome Never-Before-Seen Designs for an Amazing Rainbow of Projects.
Published by Sky Pony Press
Available in both hardcover and e-book.

About the authors:
John McCann likes listening to music and practicing his photography and he can solve a Rubik's cube in 3 days flat.  He has a BS in biomedical engineering from the University of Hartford and is currently pursuing his Master's.

Becky Thomas enjoys crocheting, cross-stitch, and playing video games.  She lives with her husband Patrick and their cats, Leo and Leia.


One lucky Marsha's Spot reader will win their own copy of Loom Magic!  Enter using the rafflecopter form below.


Disclosure:  I was sent 2 copies of Loom Magic! by Sky Pony Press.  One for myself and for the purpose of this review.  One to be given as a prize to one of my readers. I was also sent an PR sheet with info to share.  I was not compensated in any other way and any opinions are my own.  I am responsible for mailing out the book to the winner. Post does include my affiliate link.




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