Sweet Gift Making Inspiration From Paul Lowe

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This fall, Blurb is highlighting makers all over the world. One of those people is Paul Lowe, creator of Sweet Paul magazine.

Sweet Paul magazine features spectacular food photography, scrumptious recipes, and inspired crafts. In Blurb’s interview with Paul, he discusses his childhood in Norway and provides a delicious recipe.

You’ll love Paul’s stories of gnomes, trees (and tree-related disasters), food, family, and memories. At the end of the interview, Blurb features great gift books reminiscent of Sweet Paul. Read the interview here.

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Sweet Gift Making Inspiration From Paul Lowe

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Sweet Gift Making Inspiration From Paul Lowe — 18 Comments

  1. Awesome book! I love that it contains recipes and crafts all in one, perfect gift for my mom since she is a huge foodie.

  2. This book sounds interesting. I’d like to read some of the stories and check out his recipes.

  3. Sounds interesting! I love it when magazines have a little bit of everything and extra touches like personal stories and tips!

  4. Awesome book,I am really excited to get it for my mom! The fact that there is recipes, crafts and a interview with Paul himself is just grea!

  5. The food on the cover of the book certainly looks delicious, I’d love to try that recipe. Thank you for sharing this post.

  6. Thanks for the Short but Sweet review on Sweet Gift Making Inspiration From Paul Lowe! Sounds like he has a fabulous book there! It would make a terrific Gift as well! Thanks also for the information on his book and that you can now get 20% off of make your own book, however, it ends on Friday! Thanks for sharing this information with all of us! I truly do appreciate it! Thanks again, Michele 🙂
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  7. I had not heard of this before, but I love magazines with beautiful pictures of food. I also love cook books – have a big collection, so this sounds like something I would enjoy!

  8. What an interesting combo of topics. From food to gnomes. I always like to find new recipes to try.

  9. I like to try foods that I’m unfamiliar with. As long as it doesn’t include wacky ingredients. I would never eat eat brain, snails, stuff like that.