Craft Star: Green Crafts

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Walter Foster Jr, Jan 1, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Do you enjoy making crafts and taking care of the planet? Well here’s your chance to do both! With this helpful book as your guide, you will never look at discarded cans, newspapers, and cereal boxes in the same way again. Transform baby jars into fanciful tealight holders and use the lids to make quirky refrigerator magnets; give your worn-out plastic water bottle a lift with the help of some ribbon and glue; turn an old glass bowl into a decoupaged work of art; or jazz up a plain t-shirt with an earth-friendly message. Projects include a comprehensive materials list and easy-to-follow step-by-step illustrations and instructions. And full-color images of finished crafts will spark ideas and have your creativity soaring in no time. Being green has never been so much fun!

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A self-taught crafter, Megan Friday enjoys doing anything creative—including knitting, sewing, paper crafts, cooking, and photography. Megan was an early childhood educator for 12 years before taking some time away to raise her son and daughter. Megan is delightfully married to a graphic designer and their family resides in Boulder, Colorado.

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