Crafts For All Seasons

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Millbrook Press, Jul 14, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 176 pages
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A delightful collection of 80 seasonal crafts selected from the Crafts for All Seasons series! Crafts include a school bus picture frame (Fall), an icy sun catcher (Winter), a pitter-patter rain stick (Spring), and a mouse sunglasses case (Summer). A sturdy wipe-clean cover conceals an interior spiral binding that keeps the book open to the chosen page.

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Kathy Ross offers a collection of 80 simple yet satisfying craft projects designed to help youngsters creatively celebrate the joys of each new season. Clear step-by-step illustrated instructions call for only scissors, and paste, and common household items.
The book's sturdy wipe-clean cover conceals a spiral binging that lets the pages stay open and lie flat so younsters won't lose their place while working on a project.
Among the guaranteed-to-succeed crafts are practical items (try the Mouse Sunglass Case for summertime); decorative items (watch the Icy Sun Catcher sparkle in your wintertime yard); wearable items (the Maypole Hat makes a great addition to your springtime wardrobe); and holiday items (for fall, try the Cornucopia Place Cards on your Thanksgiving table).


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Kathy Ross is Millbrook's best-selling author with over 1 million books in print. A preschool teacher and administrator for more than 30 years, Ross lives in Oneida, New York.

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