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Whilst this book captures the very essence of Lewis Carroll's popular tales - which have been translated into 125 languages and made into numerous films - each of the 50 'Make Me' projects stands alone as a gorgeous item to cherish. Who wouldn't be seduced by a red polka dot frilly pinny to wear whilst baking cupcakes fit for a king, or a heart-shaped pinboard to house precious keepsakes, or an exquisite beaded napkin ring in the initials of each of your dinner guests? Decorate your home and garden with the supremely simple yet highly effective -sew fabric-covered teapot planters. Serve your partygoers from a china cake stand made from mix-and-match vintage crockery. And create wonderfully scented candles that fill oversized teacups to present as handmade gifts. Alice's world was full of extraordinary characters and peculiar insights so interspersed between the projects are snippets of Wonderland lore and instructions for fun party games, such as How to Become a Queen, How to Run a Caucus Race and How to Play Musical Chairs, to keep your tea party guests entertained. With Everything Alice there will never be a dull moment in your own personal Wonderland.
Hannah Read-Baldrey is a successful props and fashion stylist, renowned for her fantastical ideas and handmade props. She works with leading publications such as Vogue, Elle, Cath Kidston and Red magazines. Within the last few years she has joined forces with craft giant Hobbycraft, coming up with ideas and themes for their newly launched magazine. Christine Leech has been an avid crafter since childhood. She now has over fifteen years of experience art directing leading magazines and a successful freelance illustration career working on titles including New Woman, Marie Claire, Look and Fabulous. Just over two years ago Christine helped to to launch a quarterly magazine for Hobbycraft, the craft superstore.