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Monday, September 3, 2012

Halloween {Book Review} - Zombigami - Paper Folding for the Living Dead

 
Halloween has become one of the most celebrated holidays of the year.  And it’s not just for kids anymore.  With more adults joining in the fun, experts estimate that consumers are expected to spend roughly $6 billion on costumes, decorations, and more!
 
Calling all fans of Halloween paper crafts and decor! This book of advanced origami includes step by step instructions, full color photos, and the paper needed to make 13 fun zombies. These fun creatures of the night will make great decorations to dress up any table scape or mantle. Now adults can join in on the fun, by folding their way through a book of brain eaters! My personal favorite to make was "Suzie Gravemaker; as she's not, your average mom, but she will always have you over for dinner. Her specialties are ladyfingers and her famous meat pie, but she always expects you to provide the dessert." The book has countless zombies that will challenge any adult who likes paper crafts, and isn't your average Halloween decoration. Why not include a mini zombie apocalypse near your candy bowl, to delight and scare your trick or treaters?

Zombigami: Paper Folding for the Living Dead, by Duy Nguyen, is sure to get the creative juices flowing just in time for Halloween. . Zombigami shows you how to create the ultimate “undead” crew of 13 ghoulishly gruesome origami zombies.  This great package includes 50 sheets of origami paper plus a tear-out poster of all 13 zombies.  Duy Nguyen has written numerous successful origami books for Sterling, including Cocktail Napkin Origami, Monster Origami, andUnder the Sea Origami.

*I was not compensated for this review, but sent a copy of the book to review. All thoughts about the book are 100% my own.
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