Nature Crafts: Have Fun with Nature! : More Than 80 Great Projects
Reader's Digest Young Families, 1996 - Handicraft - 135 pages
Readers can turn to nature or dig in the recycling bin and come up with items to make these 80 child-pleasing projects. Lyndsay Milne gives easy-to-follow instructions to guide kids through everything from sprouting carrot tops to making a windmill to building a caterpillar playground. Illustrations.
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A. A. Milne acorn adult to cut animals Ask an adult back seam Bamboo stakes beans Bind birds blotting paper body bottom bowl butterflies caterpillar cattail circle clock face coconut color and cut colored paper corners Cut a strip decorate eggshells eyes fabric feathers flowers and leaves forked twigs frame garden glass grass greaseproof paper grow half lengthwise hang head holes insects inside jelly jar keep knot ladybug lavender layers leaf legs Let dry middle muslin numbers orange papier-mache pebbles photographic paper piece of cardboard piece of string piece of thick plastic bottle plate pressed flowers Push Roman numerals sand seeds shape sheet of paper shells side slices snail soil spiders Spread glue stem stick strip of cardboard sunny sure tape teasel thin cardboard Thread tiny tissue paper trees twigs weather vane wings wormery Zf Fold