Rosie O'Donnell's Crafty U: 100 Easy Projects the Whole Family Can Enjoy All Year Long

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Simon & Schuster, Apr 8, 2008 - Crafts & Hobbies - 208 pages
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Bring out the craft supplies and roll up your sleeves! Rosie O'Donnell's Crafty U will give "U" all the help you need to entertain your kids throughout the year.

From television personality, children's advocate, and veteran crafter Rosie O'Donnell comes a fresh and fun collection of 100 easy craft projects for parents and kids (age 5 through 12). Projects include bunny piñatas for spring, tie-dye T-shirts for summer, creepy costumes for Halloween, very merry garlands for the holidays, Valentine's Day bouquets, and much more. Packed with practical advice, step-by-step instructions, and gorgeous full-color illustrations, Rosie O'Donnell's Crafty U offers plenty of inspiration for craft projects the whole family can enjoy on holidays, rainy days, or any "crafty" day!

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User Review  - specialk1 -

This is your standard craft book. If you dont have very many this one is good but if you are looking for new and different ideas this book is not going to provide you with them. I may be overstating ... Read full review

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User Review  - 8982laney -

Very nice book... very easy to understand directions for children... and adults. I am a grandma and know I will have many projects done with my Granddaughters for Xmas gifts and Birthdays... along ... Read full review


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Rosie O'donnell is the founder of Rosie's For All Kids Foundation, which supports early childhood care and education programs, as well as Rosie's Broadway Kids, a program that brings musical theater to New York City public school children. An Emmy Award winner, she is also a New York Times bestselling author and mother of four.

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