Cool Crafts for Creative Kids

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Chronicle Books, Jul 1, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Whether its a Movie Star morning or a Spectacular Astronaut afternoon, the cool crafts in this unique book are simple to make and fun to wear. Best of all, they can be assembled using basic items found around the house. Become a Marvelous Mermaid after making the seashore bracelet and deep sea charms or a Super Jungle Explorer with the Nutty Racing Turtles and Zany Zoo Stickers. Before you know it, chopsticks have become a Cosmonaut Cap, buttons are the eyes of a Crazy Creature and an old T-shirt is a Divine Diva Boa. Featuring more than 25 different craft projects to tie, weave, fold, sculpt or paste, and an inspirational list of items to put into your own craft junk box, Cool Crafts for Creative Kids shows how todays trash, mixed with a little glue and glitter, can become tomorrows treasure.
  

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Contents

Introduction
5
Fantastic Fairy Princess
19
Monster Madness
28
Stunning Movie Star
55
Life Is Sweet Necklace
63
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Jennifer Knapp began her crafty career as the prize crayon-eater of Bay View Kindergarten. She is the author of Go Go Dogs.

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