Academic Motivation of Adolescents
Frank Pajares, Timothy C. Urdan
IAP, 2002 - Education - 372 pages
A crafty girl knows that true style comes by way of vision and daring-along with a healthy dose of sequins, fake fur, and funky fabric. Enter "Crafty Girl: Accessories," the next book in the winning Crafty Girl series, and the grooviest-ever guide to making bags, hats, hair-wear, and more. From the pretty to the punk, its positively packed with projects to brighten up any wardrobe. Too cool for school? Not too cool for the Bohemian Backpack. And Starlet Sparkle shades make it easy to go incognito on those days when a crafty girl just cant bear the paparazzi. Kitten Mittens keep the paws toasty, and a Milkmaid Kerchief tames the tresses. With more than 40 projects and handy stencils at the back, "Crafty Girl: Accessories" is the ultimate handbook for creating sparkly, spangly fashion masterpieces.
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