Papercraft

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Chartwell Books, 1996 - Paper work - 96 pages
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This essential book shows how a basic, everyday material such as paper can become, using ordinary, inexpensive tools, the ingredient for many exciting and diverse craft projects. The book is packed with three dimensional projects of all kinds from planes, boats, and people to boxes, bags, toys and games.

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About the author (1996)

Moira Butterfield is a freelance children's author from the U.K. who has sold her books internationally. Her publications include books for children under 5 which has been recommended nationally. She is also known for her children's non-fiction books and fast moving fiction. Moira Butterfield has worked on licensed character material, educational material, comics and websites. She has been instrumental in originating and creating successful book brands for clients such as M & S, Barnes and Noble, Parragon and Chad Valley. Her titles include Animals in Cold Places, Art for Children, Big Rough and Wrinkly, and Dolphin Finds a Star.

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