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Fairy Crafts [With Glitter, Bells, Felt, Chenille Stems and Ribbon]
by Pam Abrams and Jenny Wilson and Evan Sklar

Overview - Green & Groovy does fairies using recycled materials and those found in nature marrying 2 hot trends--recycled crafts and fairies--in a fabulous book plus kit.
The clever, whimsical recycled creations in "Fairy Crafts" are inspired and easy to replicate.
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More About Fairy Crafts [With Glitter, Bells, Felt, Chenille Stems and Ribbon] by Pam Abrams; Jenny Wilson; Evan Sklar
 
 
 
Overview
Green & Groovy does fairies using recycled materials and those found in nature marrying 2 hot trends--recycled crafts and fairies--in a fabulous book plus kit.
The clever, whimsical recycled creations in "Fairy Crafts" are inspired and easy to replicate. From delicate wings constructed out of wire hangers and nylon pantyhose, to a dainty handmade fairy garden, to gorgeous petal skirts made out of fabric scraps and ribbon, each project is designed to thrill for a long time. The kit includes glitter, glue, gemstones, ribbons, and more--the perfect sprinkling of fairy dust to turn everyday recyclables into favorite fairyland playthings.
In "Boy-Made," boys can get crafty too with projects they'll love to use. From fishing rods and butterfly nets to rubber band balls and swords (safe ones), each of more than fifty projects uses materials found around the house or yard--with an emphasis on recycled goods. These cool creations will get boys out in nature, playing, exploring, building...and having good old-fashioned fun

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781935703334
  • ISBN-10: 1935703331
  • Publisher: Downtown Bookworks
  • Publish Date: September 2011
  • Page Count: 63
  • Reading Level: Ages 6-UP

Series: Green & Groovy Crafts

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