Crafts for Celebration
Caroline Bingham, Karen Foster
Millbrook Press, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 49 pages
An illustrated introduction to craft articles used in festival celebrations from around the world features a variety of hands-on projects, including making a mask, using papier ma+a8che, and creating a simple sampler.
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