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I Can Make That!: Fantastic Crafts for Kids [Hardcover]

Mary Wallace


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29 Sep 2002 I Can Make
Let your imagination and creativity flow as award-winning author Mary Wallace shows you how to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. Simple and straightforward, crafts can be completed by kids on their own with fabulous results. Using common household odds and ends, project construction is no muss, no fuss! I Can Make That! consolidates the top five of the original "I Can Make..." titles from this popular series into one fun-filled book. As much fun to create as they are to play with, each craft features a list of supplies, step-by-step color photographs, and a final picture of the finished craft to guide and inspire. Included in this compilation are "I Can Make Costumes" as well as "I Can Make Puppets," "I Can Make Nature Crafts," "I Can Make Toys" and "I Can Make Games."

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This volume is an attractive and appealing addition. -- Susannah Price "School Library Journal" (11/01/2002)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Super Creative Fun 22 May 2013
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I bought more than one copy to share with grandchildren in different families. One was for my very creative and crafty 10-year-old granddaughter so she could help her little brother make a bunch of the easy, clever, smashing costumes. He lives in costumes (age 5). She got very excited looking through it with me, seeing how many things she could make herself. There are also a lot of other fun things kids can make, a wide variety, easy but with great results. I reviewed a bunch of books from the library, and this was the stand-out collection for this type of book. Bought one for myself too.
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