Almost-Instant Scrapbooks

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Ideals Publications, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 63 pages
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For ages 9 to 12 years. Kids choose from eight "almost-instant" styles: Make a simple spiral with craft-foam designs, a hole-punch style (with lace-ups!), a wrap around scrapbook with decorative papers, or an easy loose-ring binder that holds chunky treasures (like shells)! Create a friendship "buddy" book, a home-made post-bound design, a fabulous folder for art or photos, and an awesome accordion scrapbook. Kids design cool covers!: What's your style -- bold and bright, soft pastels, lacy and delicate, or far-out and funky? Go for colour with a bright felt design; create a denim cover from old jeans; make an old fashioned padded cover; paint a canvas cover masterpiece; decoupage a theme. Add a pocket surprise and a personalised padded photo frame. Sew on your name in yarn. Use natural finds (like leaf prints), around-the-house finds (like old "gems" from costume jewellery), and colourful papers to give your scrapbook pizzazz! Ages 9 to 12 years.

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Review: Almost-Instant Scrapbooks: Quick Starts for Kids!

User Review  - Melissa - Christianbook.com

This didn't pan out very well, there weren't really any instructions on how to do it. Read full review

Review: Almost-Instant Scrapbooks: Quick Starts for Kids!

User Review  - Selena Clements - Christianbook.com

"Almost-Instant Scrapbooks: Quick Starts for Kids", has woderful ideas for children. I order another book for another grandchild. Read full review

Contents

WayCool Collections
4
Collecting Sorting Your Stuff
20
Cool Covers
41
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Teacher at her own preschool and an amazing crafter, Laura Check is the author of Williamson's Little Hands Paper Plate Crafts and The Kids' Guide to Making Scrapbooks & Photo Albums! In this book, she hopes to coax reluctant crafters into a hobby that will give kids and their families lifelong pleasure. She lives with her husband and children in Hanalii, Hawaii.

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