Dangles and Bangles: 25 Funky Accessories to Make and Wear

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Watson-Guptill Publications, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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With the right bracelets, rings, belts, earrings, and charms, a tween or teen can really go places—just look at mall stores that sell nothing but small accessories. They're boooooming! But most tweens and teens enjoy crafting as much as shopping. (Well, almost as much.) Dangles and Bangles shows those crafty young girls how to make their own fun, funky, unique accessories for special occasions and every day. Candy wrapper jewelry, pop—top belts, peek—a—boo toe rings, fishing—lure bracelets, duct—tape backpack purses—they're all in here, not at the mall. Help those tweens have fun, look great, and save their disposable income so they can buy more books!

• Fun format-easy to use!

• Authors' books have sold over 2.5 million copies worldwide

Illustrated by Barbara Pollak

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Sherri Haabis a best—selling author as well as an illustrator and product designer. She is the author ofThe Hip Handbag Book, published in Fall 2004 by Watson—Guptill, andDesigner Style Jewelry. Her books have sold over 2.5 million copies worldwide. She lives in Springville, UT.

Michelle Haabhas been crafting since she was a toddler. She enjoys bright colors, loud music, making creations to accessorize her wardrobe and room, and having fun with friends.

Barbara Pollakis an illustrator and painter whose work has appeared in Seventeen, Girl's Life, Fortune, and The Wall Street Journal. Her books includeGirl Stuff: A Survival Guide to Growing Up(0—1520—2644—4). She lives in San Francisco.

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