Synopses & Reviews
Its a fact: immersing yourself in creative craft projects will help you survive the misery, anger, and heartbreak that accompany the end of a relationship. And the more these crafts involve long needles, sharp knives, and your exs treasured keepsakes, the better youll feel.
Lynn Chang teaches you how to craft your way through the three stages of breaking up: Despair, Anger, and Rejoining the Living. Shell guide you through such projects as:
- Supportive Peanut Gallery
- Weepy Wipes
- Sustaining Snacks
- Drive-by Bingo Spy Game
- Cut and Paste Revenge
- Voodoo Sock Puppet
- Baseball House of Cards
- Empowerment Haikus
Before you know it, youll be doing the Pre-flight Dating Checklist and the Happily Ever After Cut and Paste, and youll be strong enough to survive the next breakup.
Lynn Chang may be happily married now, but shes had her heart broken enough to have made a drawer full of voodoo sock puppets. A crafter, artist, designer, toy developer, and former actress and standup comedian, Chang is creative in every imaginable way. Shes also the author or illustrator of many successful books, including the Look at Me! childrens titles (Chronicle Books), Yoga for Cats (Chronicle Books), and Dysfunctional Family Paper Dolls (Imagineering).
Hilarious and therapeutic craft projects to help the broken-hearted recover and have fun after a break up.
About the Author
Lynn Chang: Lynn Chang is the writer and artist of many popular gift, humor, children's and craft books for such publishers as Chronicle and Andrews McMeel. They include Costumes for Your Cat, Disguises for Your Dog, Concerned Paper Dolls, Yoga for Cats, and the award-winning book Look at Me! Vehicles and Animals.