100 Things for Kids to Make and Do

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Smithmark Pub, Feb 1, 1997 - Cooking - 192 pages
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This exciting book offers one hundred weekend and after school activities designed by experts to challenge a child's creativity without intimidating his or her confidence. Simple craft techniques are used to make fun toys like badges, buttons, musical instruments, puppets, and much more. Common materials are used to make impressive costumes. Other projects take the child outside to learn about plants, trees, butterflies, and flowers. Every project or idea comes with step-by-step photographs showing exactly what to do, and what the finished project should look like.
-- All required skills taught in the book
-- Uses only low cost materials
-- Step-by-step photographs of each project to help children see what they are making

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Contents

Introduction
7
CRAFT FUN
42
DRESSINGUP FUN
72
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Marion Elliott is an artist and designer working mainly in fabric and paper. She has written many craft books, including D&C's Get the Most from Your Sewing Machine (2010), and in doing so discovered an unrealized passion for fashion! She is currently creating textile items for Liberty and designing projects for including Sew Hip and Sew. She sells her work on Etsy and Folksy.

Boase is a TV personality who writes children's craft books and contributes to teenage magazines.

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