175 Easy-to-do Everyday Crafts
Edited by Sharon Dunn Umnik
Ages 5 to 12
Boyds Mills Press, 1995,
Have you ever got the crafting bug but have not known what to make? If so then you will find this book invaluable. From easy to find onjects that you may find laying around your house you can make all kinds of things. With a handful of buttons you can make some pretty pins which would make a perfect gift. Some newspaper, a flour and water mixture, and paint can be turned into a wonderful papier-mache creation. Directions on how to make mobiles, book markers, puppets, birdhouses, toys, ornaments and much more fill this book. Easy to follow directions and easy to obtain supplies make every project a success. Parents and teachers will also welcome the opportunity to show their children how something that might be thrown away can be used to make something new and interesting – in other words they will be able to see recycling in action.
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