Vertical, Paperback, 9781934287453, 79pp.
Publication Date: February 17, 2009
Aranzi Aronzo's Newest Craft Book
The long-awaited edition to your Aranzi collection is here, " Baby Stuff" The fabulous crafting duo is taking things to extremes and dressing up your baby in a brand new cuteness Aranzi Baby features all the same lovable characters with 17 new craft ideas to keep your baby comfortable, happy and cute
Aranzi Aronzo recognizes the mommy's needs and have prepared everything for you. Notebooks to jot down your baby's development, teething dolls, bottle holders, and tote bags for every occasion. They cover every event with their adorable style from blankets and mobile at bedtime, to finger puppets and teddy bears at playtime. Whatever the occasion, Aranzi Aronzo has got your baby covered.
"The Aranzi Aronzo line is the latest manifestation of the Japanese love of cuteness. Created by two Japanese women, the characters are neither as bland as Hello Kitty nor as bizarre as the San-x creations. Vertical has set up a website where readers can sample previews of the books and upload photos of their own creations, and they have several more Aranzi Aronzo books on their list." -- MangaBlog
On the Aranzi Aronzo line, "...a perfect gift for the crafty friend who’s grown weary of making the holiday centerpieces and Halloween costumes in Martha Stewart Living and Better Homes and Gardens." -- PopCultureShock.com
"So, if you've been dying to try out a Japanese book, but have stayed away because of the language barrier - you don't have to wait any longer! Not only can you make those cute dolls, but the accessories that have their image too!" -- www.stacysews.com
"One look through this book of dolls and you will want to make them all! These aren't your typical, cute dolls. The dolls in this book are funky and unique, just like the lay-out of the book itself." -- About.com
"Cute Stuff is highly recommended for the novelty of its individual crafts projects, and the many, many hours of personal pleasure and sense of accomplishment they will afford." -- Midwest Book Review