Monday, August 4, 2014

Old Testament Quiet Book - PDF Pattern Set Giveaway!!!

Hi everyone! I am so excited about today's post, because today marks the start of another Quiet Book Blog giveaway!

Today I get to share with you the fabulous Old Testament Bible quiet book created by Kate of the "Candidly Kate" Etsy shop. This book is seriously adorable, and would be so perfect for church. Your kids would be keeping quiet and learning about some bible stories! I seriously I wish I had one for my two little girls to play with. It would just be so perfect!

So, look at all of Kate's fantastic pages below, and then scroll down to enter the giveaway to win the complete PDF pattern set!

First, the cover:

An "I am a child of God" mirror page:

 Noah's ark, with port holes and finger puppets:

Jonah (who's a finger puppet) and the zipper-mouthed whale :

David and Goliath (who has lace-up sandals):

 Daniel in the lions den (the lion's mouth opens and closes!):

 Moses in the basket (whose strips you can weave):

 Moses parting the Red Sea (this one's my favorite!):

 Counting the days in which God made the earth:

Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden (with a ton of adorable animals):

Braiding Sampson's hair:

 And a pocket for all of the extras!:

Interview

What's your name? Describe yourself in one sentence. 
Kate. I am a blogger, and public health professional work-at-home mom and I love to create. 

Who did you make this quiet book for? How old are they? 
I made this quiet book for my little man who is turning two. 

What's your level of sewing experience? 
I have been sewing for many years, but each pattern includes about 25 pages of instructions with lots of pictures so that people with very limited sewing experience can complete the pages. The pages can also be constructed using fusible webbing with minimal sewing. 

How long did it take you?
Each pages takes about 5 hours to complete. 

Did you use any templates? Where can they be found? 
Pattern and instructions for sale here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/candidlykate 

How did you bind your quiet book? 
I use a unique idea that allows you to keep the pages all together without permanently binding them using overall clips that come from the back page around to the front. That way you can grab only a few pages if you wish OR pass different pages out to different children. 

What material are the pages made out of? 
Felt.

What other materials did you use? 
Snaps, magnets, buttons, mirror, ribbon, and a variety of other materials. 

How much did all the supplies cost you? 
Many of the supplies can be found in your stash but the total cost for all supplies is probably around $40 to make the whole book with no coupons used. 

What's your favorite page? Why? 
Adam and Eve. I think the fox is adorable!

To visit Kate's Etsy shop and see more pictures of each of the pages, click here: Candidly Kate on Etsy.

And now for the giveaway! There are three prizes for Kate's Bible Quiet Book giveway. One reader will win the entire PDF pattern set to "The Complete Old Testament Bible Story Quiet Book." That's sixteen pages of patterns! And two other readers will each win the PDF patterns to their two favorite pages from the set. The giveway will run from this Monday, August 4 to next Monday, August 11. So make sure to enter! You could win one of three awesome prizes.

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**Remember - if you enter by leaving a comment, make sure to say which is your favorite Bible quiet book page!**

29 comments:

  1. I love how creative these pages are!!

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  2. My son is named after Daniel in the Bible. So for obvious reasons my favorite page is Daniel in the Lions den! I am currently working on a Bible quiet book for my son and I would love to win this giveaway!

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  3. Love the finger puppets in the ark and the lions in the den. I also loved how you did the walls of Jericho! Awesome book!

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  4. I have been making pages for my grandson. I love the Bible pages! I also love your blog!

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  5. Oh I adore Moses and the parting of the waves too but then Jonah and the Jerich walls are both so great as well ! !
    I follow you by email and adore what you come up with : )
    Lyn

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  6. What an awesome looking book!!

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  7. Love! Moses parting the red sea!

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  8. This is a wonderful quiet book, really love the creation pattern, as well as the Joseph Coat, fun book!

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  9. Jonah and the whale is my favourite page. I love the little zipper.

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  10. I love Joseph and the coat of many colors.

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  11. You have done a great job on this. I love the Noah's Ark and Moses parting the red sea.

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  12. This is an awesome book. I think the creation page and the ark page are my favorite. I just can't decide between the two!

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  13. Wow! This is great! I'd love to make this for my kiddos.

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  14. My favorite page is the one with Joseph and his robe of many colors.

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  15. Love all these ideas! Very original.

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  16. My favorite is the child if God page

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  17. Love these! I think the Red Sea and the wall of Jericho are my fans.

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