Press Out and Colour Birds by Zoe Ingram


Press Out and Colour Birds by Zoe Ingram

Each press-out bird is intricately decorated with foil and perfect for all ages to colour in. Featuring 10 unique designs, the press-out pieces can be slotted together to create bright and cheerful hanging ornaments, from a chirpy robin to a proud peacock.

About the Author

Zoe originally hails from chilly, yet beautiful Edinburgh in Scotland but upped sticks in 2009 for a life in the sun with her young family. Adelaide, Australia is now home where Zoe's biggest inspirations are, her two daughters. The sunshine, flora and fauna of Australia also play a big part in her work. When she's not illustrating or designing patterns, Zoe, who studied textiles in Scotland, likes to stay in touch with her past by knitting, weaving and painting. She also likes to swim and keep fit, hand make little notebooks and experiment with jewellery making.

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Book Info


Board book
24 pages
Interest Age: From 4


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Publication date

1st September 2016



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