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The Hidden Art of Homemaking: Creative Ideas for Enriching Everyday Life

Author: Edith Schaeffer
Category: books
First Published in 1971 by: Tyndale House - (Library of Congress)

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Note: the book is also published under the title Hidden Art

Edith shows how to use everyday domestic task to show creative expression. Since God is creative and has made us creative, we glorify Him when we live life artfully.


Schaeffer mentions in his work, How I have come to write my books that he felt a certain balance had been achieved in their published work after Edith published Hidden Art. He desired for people to know the practical side of their teaching and not just the apologetic side.


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The author reveals the many opportunities for artistic expression that can be found in ordinary, everyday life.