Crafting Fun Stuff with a Crowd of Kids
Carol Scheffler has been the crafts contributor to NBC's Today Show, the national spokeswoman for the Hobby Industry Association, and an acclaimed leader in crafts for many years. Now she's come up with 40 fresh and fun projects to delight kids and stir their imaginations. Children will enjoy doing nature crafts and constructing school supplies, toys, gifts, room stuff, and clothes. They'll turn sticks and stones into tic-tac-toes, transform mailing tubes into periscopes, and use soda bottles to make a set of bowling pins. Students will be in style with Asian pencil boxes, jeweled locker mirrors, and jungle notebooks. During holidays, surprise everyone with the Halloween puppets and theater--and one-of-a-kind cards and treat bags. With everything from advice on how to get started to tips on dry-brushing and baste stitching, this is a resource to turn to again and again.
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