Our brand new book trailer is here and we’re so excited! Make & Give: Simple and Modern Crafts to Brighten Every Day by Steph Hung and Erin Jang is a fun, bright, modern craft book with 35 projects that are unique and inspiring. Covering a wide range of techniques, from simple prints and sewing to paper cutting and painting, both beginner and advanced crafters will find something to create. Whether it is a candy necklace for your child, a nickname handkerchief for your best friend, or a desk surprise for your coworker, these crafts are easy, fun, and meant to be shared with the people you love.
“Make & Give is fun, approachable, and upbeat. It’s chock-full of clever (and affordable!) projects that prove just how exciting and easy do-it-yourself gifts can be.”—Grace Bonney, author of Design*Sponge at Home
“The ideas in Make & Give are both original and brilliant but are completely doable, making this the best craft book I’ve seen in years. It is a must-have for any crafter’s library.”—Jordan Ferney, creator of Oh Happy Day
“I’m thrilled to have this book as a part of my library. The projects are sweet and thoughtful. They remind you that making something for someone else really is the best feeling ever.”—Joy Cho, Founder and Creative Director of Oh Joy!
“Make & Give not only offers a drool-worthy collection of amazing crafts, but it’s also beautifully designed and organized, which makes it a great gift itself. A+ to the crafty duo!”—Sarah Goldschadt, author of Craft-a-Day and Pom-Poms!
“I heart Erin + Steph and I heart their kind of smart, whimsical craft: the kind that’s loaded up with love and that anyone can make. Their projects are fantastically simple and simply genius. Make & Give is full of why-didn’t-I-think-of-that! ideas with a unique sense of humor and graphic gotchas.”—Vanessa Holden, Creative Director at West Elm
“Make & Give is full of bright and playful projects that are so easy to make—and even more fun to do. For years to come, you’ll return to these colorful, creative ideas for gifts, parties, and craft activities.”—Marcie McGoldrick, Crafts Editorial Director at Martha Stewart Living