Whether a girl wants to make her room warm and fuzzy or cool and casual--or somewhere in between--she'll find inspiration and ideas to redo her room with crafts she can make herself. Girls can choose from do-it-yourself decorations, funky frames, pretty pillows, and more! Some comments from the parents of our craft testers: "This was a very easy project. My daughter was able to assemble it all by herself. The results looked very nice." "This was a great project. It's one of my daughter's favorite crafts to do." "Very affordable, easy to make, and quite cute!" "It was fun to be creative and use things we already had around the house." "Marissa enjoyed the frame. She was very proud and it turned out great!" and from the girls... "I LOVE how it turned out!" was the most common response. Author/Illustrator Information Inspired by a popular article in the May/June '03 issue of American Girl magazine, several crafts featured in this book first appeared in American Girl magazine.
hjf, March 10, 2008 (view all comments by hjf)
That girl is rong..I am
11 this is 2008 and I have used every craft in this book in my room I get complemints all the time!!!I think that a kid may need help in some of the crafts but I do most alone!!♥☺
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sassafras.girl, June 18, 2007 (view all comments by sassafras.girl)
There's a bunch of crafts for girls to do, but only a few that they can do alone... some of the decorations wouldn't really match any of kids rooms today, but there are some cute ideas.
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