Synopses & Reviews
What's better than a craft book? How about a binder full of craft books! This collection of eight craft books includes easy-to-follow instructions for more than five hundred different projects. All the crafts are made from easy-to-find household materials, using simple techniques that really work. Clear color photographs of the finished products make it even easier to follow the step-by-step instructions. A wealth of idea sparkers provide hours of craft-making fun for children of all ages. Includes crafts using Boxes, Paper Bags, Tubes, Paper Plates, Egg Cartons, Craft Stick, Newspapers, Magazines, and Greeting Cards, Plastic Bottles and Plastic Tubs.
Look What You Can Make with Dozens of Household Items! collects more than 500 crafts.
About the Author
Kathy is a preschool director and teacher in upstate New York for more than thirty years. She is the author of numerous craft books for children. She lives in Oneida, New York.
Table of Contents
Look what you can make with boxes /edited by Lorianne Siomades --Look what you can make with paper bags /edited by Judy Burke --Look what you can make with tubes /edited by Margie Hayes Richmond --Look what you can make with paper plates /edited by Margie Hayes Richmond --Look what you can make with egg cartons /edited by Betsy Ochester --Look what you can make with craft sticks /edited by Kelly Milner Halls --Look what you can make with newspapers, magazines, and greeting cards /edited by Kathy Ross --Look what you can make with plastic bottles and tubs /edited by Kathy Ross.