Here is the description from Amazon.com, where you can purchase the book.
Jennifer Paganelli designs one of the most popular fabric lines in the marketplace. In this gorgeous collection, she shows readers how to whip up twenty-one beautiful accessories to transform their space into a sunny, happy home. Each project showcases Jennifer's fresh, whimsical style—from luxe drapery to cheery tablecloths and napkins. Featuring simple step-by-step instructions, a comprehensive glossary of techniques, pattern sheets tucked into a handy front pocket, and lush color photos, this book makes it exceptionally easy to pretty up every room in the house.
I was lucky enough to review the book, and answer some questions based on my review (my answers are in italic.
· Is there anything about the book that inspires you?
The cheerful colors of the fabric! It's scary to go bold and bright, and while Jennifer goes all out, she demonstrates ways to also inject it through smaller projects - like pillows, and smaller decorations.
· Have you used fabric designed by Jennifer Paganelli (SisBoom) in home décor projects?
I haven't - but after seeing her fabric, will definitely consider them for my next project.
Here are some I have my eye on right now, for either my bedroom curtains or a set of cloth napkins:
I also love chartreuse with light gray - so if I do a single panel roll-up shade this geometric from the Poodle collection would look good.
The print above (To St. Croix collection) and the print below (Honey Child collection) would both make for some fun cloth napkins.
· When you look at the projects in the book, who comes to mind? Who would you like to make them for?
Children. I don't have any children yet, but when and if I'm blessed enough to have them I want them to grow up in a home that with the aesthetic theme of joy and play than perfection. I would make some of these projects from Happy Home for various people - for example:
· Does your experience and expertise as a design and home décor blogger make you look at the book differently?
Yes, because it allows you to create the decor and accessories seen in the book, as opposed to showing you a wonderful space, but when where you have to buy items to achieve the look. When you handmake something, it automatically has more meaning, and is more likely to be special to you for a longer period of time.
How wonderful would it be to give this adorable pom-pom pillow to your daughter who is leaving home for the first time to go off to college?
These projects can also save you money when organizing. Stylish organization tools are always pricey - but check out the boxes below:
They are so pretty!
All of the projects in the book come with a list of supplies needed, a pattern layout, and step by step instructions. Their is also a great section in the back listing resources for sewing and related supplies.
I am in the process of teaching myself how to sew, and I'll share any creations I make out of this book.
A great resource if you'd like to learn to sew is the book:
Sewing Made Simple by Tessa Evelegh (This book is a work of art in itself, with gorgeous photographs and beautiful projects.)
Do you feel inspired to make anything happy for your home now?
*disclosure: I received "Happy Home" and "Sewing Made Simple" as samples