All New Crafts for Valentine's Day

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Millbrook Press, Aug 1, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Of all the holidays, Valentine’s Day is the one that most calls for a do-it-yourself approach. Kids traditionally get out the scissors and glue and work some creative magic with red construction paper and lace doilies. But Valentine’s Day crafts can go far beyond the handmade card. Here Kathy Ross, America’s crafts-for-kids expert, shares some very new and very original ideas for the holiday. There are, of course, several ideas for valentine cards, but you’ll also find projects for card holders, jewelry, and even a wind chime. There are many imaginative ways you can express the spirit of Valentine’s Day by making something unique for the special people in your life.
 

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Contents

Button Nose Valentine
4
Envelope Corner Heart Basket
6
Heart Butterflies Garland
8
Plastic Plate Valentine Wreath
10
Hearts Dog Valentine
13
Valentine Bookmark
16
Party Blower Valentine
18
Doorknob Nose Heart
20
Candy Flower Valentine
30
Hearts Wind Chime
32
Racine Hearts Game
34
Message Pad Valentine
36
Valentine Candy Jewelry
38
Penny Wrapper Heart Basket
40
Priority Mail Box Valentines Holder
42
Hearts and Buttons Flowers
45

Hearts Crown
22
Garden of Love Valentine Holder
24
Changing Message Magnet
26
Rubber Band Valentine Bracelets
28
About the Author and Illustrator
48
Back Cover
50
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Kathy is a preschool director and teacher in upstate New York for more than thirty years. She is the author of numerous craft books for children. She lives in Oneida, New York.

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