Crafty Kids takes young people on an arts-and-crafts adventure. Two dozen exciting projects in each volume develop artistic talents with easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, illustrated with full-color photographs. These projects go beyond creating art -- to creating Fun -- as young artists use their completed crafts in wholesome and imaginative activities, such as games, shows, and storytelling. Most of the materials and equipment can be found around the house, encouraging kids to try the projects again and again, often adding their own twists and variations. The possibilities are almost endless!
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Contents GETTING STARTED H 6 Materials 8 Preparing the Tshirt
Making a Template
Template Patterns 13 Making a Stencil
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barrettes black fabric paint blue fabric paint body and sleeves cardboard inside cardboard stays collar completely dry Cup of water draw the outlines embroidery floss Embroidery needle fabric chalk fabric glue fabric marker Fabric paints light Fabric paints red Fabric paints yellow Fluorescent fabric paints fluorescent yellow front glitter fabric paint glue and brush green fabric paints hair dryer HANDY HINT Hungry Cat inside the body Large piece Let the paint light and dark light-colored T-shirt Long-sleeved marker to draw Medium and thick medium paintbrush NEED paint is completely paint is dry paintbrush to paint paintbrushes O Place pearl fabric paint piece of cardboard Place pieces pocket puffy fabric paints red fabric paint Repeat this step Scissors Short-sleeved T-shirt spiral sponge stitches sure the cardboard T-shirt on pages texture thick paintbrush tic-tac-toe Tracing paper turn the T-shirt Velcro dots Wash the brush white fabric paint yellow fabric paint