Everyday Celebrations from Scratch (Hardcover)

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Why wait for the holidays to celebrate?

Life's everyday moments are worthy of connecting people together with food and crafts. Everyday Celebrations from Scratch is filled with impressive (yet easy) recipes, step-by-step craft tutorials, and inspiration to set the scene--all to help you create the life you want, from scratch.

First, Maria shares the essentials of everyday celebrations, including must-haves for a well-stocked pantry and the basic supplies for craft activities anyone can do.

Each section of the book provides inspiration for both food and do-it-yourself (DIY) projects, so you can invest minimum time for maximum impact Discover how fun it can be to celebrate . . .

  • Weeknight meals, so even a takeout night is memorable
  • Family, including an inspiring and nourishing breakfast before a loved one's major presentation or important test
  • Friendship, with crafts like custom bookmarks for your reading club or wine glass tags for a girl's night in
  • Sports, which can involve the best-ever tailgating party or a neighborhood backyard Olympics
  • Seasons, to make it even easier to feel festive all year round

Everyday celebrations are the foundations of memories that last a lifetime, and Maria will show you just how easy it can be



Product Details
ISBN: 9780785245780
ISBN-10: 0785245782
Publisher: Harper Celebrate
Publication Date: June 28th, 2022
Pages: 368
Language: English
 

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