Aranzi Aronzo claims to be a Mexican-Japanese man and Norwegian Vietnamese-Indian man working at securities firms and playing the tambourine full time. All we really know about them however, is that they are actually two sisters who create mischief and fun through easy and fun crafts.
"Whether you've dedicated an entire room in your house to "crafting" or break out in hives at the mere mention of gimp, it's hard to deny the weirdly winsome appeal of Aranzi Aronzo's DIY books. The latest-Cute Dolls and Fun Dolls-offer over 120 pages of patterns and step-by-step instructions for making three-dimensional versions of your favorite Aranzi friends. Both books earn high marks for presentation. The instructions are complemented by clear illustrations demonstrating how to assemble the dolls, while the paperback binding and 8"x 10"size make it easy for would-be seamstresses to photocopy patterns . . . . But it's this mischievous, poking-fun-at-the-grownups tone that makes Aranzi Aronzo books such a welcome addition to the hobby aisle at your local Borders, and a perfect gift for the crafty friend who's grown weary of making the holiday centerpieces and Halloween costumes in Martha Stewart Living and Better Homes and Gardens. -Katherine Dacey-Tsuei, popcultureshock.com"I therefore give The Cute Book my highest recommendation: It's a craft book that really works. Unlike, say, Martha Stewart, the Aranzi Aronzo people have come up with patterns that look good even when ordinary people make them." - Manga Blog "Most of the patterns fall in the "Oh, how cute" category, but there are several with guy appeal.Get this book! Kids, teens, and adults will all want to borrow it."- The yayayas"It seems like a bit of a bold move to call something 'The Cute Book' because you better be sure you can deliver. Luckily Aranzi Aronzo is in the business of delivering on cute." - http: //www.Thimble.ca