Everything Oz Book Review
The second book from the duo that brought us ‘Everything Alice’, ‘Everything Oz’ takes the reader on a magical journey along the yellow brick road. Written by L Frank Baum in 1900 and released as what would become ‘the most famous film of all time’ in 1939, the Wizard of Oz boasts a world of iconic vintage imagery; all of which comes out to play in this amazing craft book.
There is something in this book for everyone. The cook, the crafter, the expert and the novice……even a certain pair of ruby slippers.The book is scattered with Hannah read-Baldrey’s charming illustations and excerpts from the original book aswell as innovative craft projects and recipes to delight friends, family and pets!
Although ‘Everything Oz’ gives you all the tools you need to create the ultimate themed party, many of the projects can be used for other things. The Great Wizards Throne Tent would for example make quite an addition to any boudoir or would turn an outdoor seating area into a luxurious hide-away.
Unlike it’s predecessor ‘Everything Alice’ which contained some slightly mad (see what we did there) fashion ideas, the clothing and accessory projects in ‘Everything Oz’ are incredibly wearable, especially the beautiful Poppy T-Shirt, great for using up small pieces of fabric.
I would wholeheartedly recommend this book and it’s predecessor ‘Everything Alice’ to anyone.