Klutz : Paper Fashions Fantasy :: Book Review

Klutz : Paper Fashions Fantasy :: Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Mar 18, 2009
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

“Design Your Own Dreams.” That’s what the cover of this gorgeous, girly book proudly states. And it’s true. With the Paper Fashions Fantasy kit by Klutz you get everything you need to make the most fanciful fashions ever. Read on to find out how!

“Design Your Own Dreams.” That’s what the cover of this gorgeous, girly book proudly states. And it’s true. With the Paper Fashions Fantasy kit by Klutz you get everything you need to make the most fanciful fashions ever. Read on to find out how!

Ready-to-Tear Apparel

You may have heard or already be a fan of Paper Fashions and Paper Fashion Fancy. These two popular books now have a third edition – Paper Fashions Fantasy – which has been created especially to help you design your very own one-of-a-kind wardrobe. The kit even comes with irresistibly tiny hangers to finish off your unique fashion creations in style!

Do-it-Yourself Dress

This creative activity book includes all the tools and crafts you need to design and create your very own fabulous fantasy fashions. You don’t even need a magic wand to do it – just a little imagination. And even though the fashion and clothing you’ll be making are too tiny for you to wear yourself, this is a great way to exercise your creativity – it’s also a fun way to try and kick off your future career as a successful fashion designer!

What You Get

Paper Fashion Fantasy comes packed to the gills with the following items that will help you create your own fanciful fashions:

  • Three pages of stencil shapes
  • Plenty of patterned and solid paper
  • Teeny-tiny metal hangers (so cute!)
  • Beads
  • Sequins
  • Confetti
  • Glitter Glue

  • You’ll also need to get your hands on the following items (found in and around your very own home) to get started making such fashion items as princess dresses, witches wear, fairy frocks, mermaid duds and goddess gowns:

  • Small scissors
  • Sharpened pencil
  • Tweezers
  • Toothpicks
  • Double-sided tape
  • Plain white glue
  • Markers and colored pencils

  • The Bottom Line

    This is an amazing and fun fashion kit that will have you flexing your imagination muscle for hours. The stencils that come with it (they are in the shapes of all sorts of items of clothing) make it totally easy to create perfectly sized fashions each and every time, and the tips and ideas will have you designing your very own fantasy fashion lines in no time!

    Klutz : Paper Fashions Fantasy Rating: 5

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