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Whether you call it gimp, lanyard, scoubidou, or boondoggle, vinyl craft lace is the perfect activity for home, camp, school or party. And Plastic Lace Crafts for Beginners is the perfect way to get started in this easy-to-learn craft. This book shows readers all of the essential stitches and skills they need to master the art of plastic lacing, with easy-to-follow weaving diagrams and colorful photos of finished projects.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 36350 (added 11/4/2013)
Get inspired to craft your world with these fun and funky projects for fashion and flair! Celebrity crafter Marisa Pawelko shows how to cut, rip, layer, and fold colorful duct tape to concoct fantastic fashions, school supplies and room décor. She reveals the nine skills every tapester needs to know, and provides all of the bells and whistles that kids need to get seriously funky as they customize each of the amazing projects in this book.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 36349 (added 11/4/2013)
Weave and braid versatile parachute cord in an array of brilliant colors to create fun and fashionable accessories. Parachute Cord Craft ties it all together, with 22 clever projects for home, outdoors, school, and sports. Kids can make attractive and useful bracelets, necklaces, belts, lanyards, dog collars, key fobs and more, with detailed instructions and step-by-step diagrams.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 36348 (added 11/4/2013)
With this new book and a Rainbow Loom®, Cra-Z-Loom™, or FunLoom™, kids can make all of the cool accessories that are fueling the hottest craze since Beanie Babies! Totally Awesome Rubber Band Jewelry shows kids exactly how to use the new looms, with full color photos, step-by-step instructions, and clear diagrams. It features original projects (not available anywhere else) for creating completely colorful and super stylish bracelets, earrings, and belts in just minutes.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 36347 (added 11/4/2013)
How would a quilter make a card? With colorful fabrics, of course! Quilted Post Cards by Cheryl Haynes contains a fabulous collection of mailable treasures that can be completed in an afternoon. Most projects can be completed in an hour. This vibrant combination of quilting and cardmaking is fun and has particular appeal to those with limited time.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8091 (added 6/1/2006)
The next step after the first highly successful Money Folding book. For centuries, paper folding has been a worldwide favorite for all ages. Like gift giving, paper folding is an art that never goes out of style. Using money to do the folding allows you to create memorable gifts that are fun to receive. This new collection features not only exciting shapes, but delightful ideas for presenting them.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7851 (added 5/11/2006)
MSRP: $19.99Age Range: 12 and upGender: Girls
Post Cards are personal and pretty. They are really fun to make, and fabulously fun to receive. The Post Cards in this book are actually mailable. Simply write a message and address on the back, add a postage stamp and drop your card in a mail box. Fabric lovers will enjoy cutting snippets from their stash. In fact you can make dozens of cards in a day... one for every friend, guild member and family member. Paper crafters can easily create the same look with cardstock, decorative papers and accents.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7529 (added 4/12/2006)
MSRP: $10.99Gender: Girls
This is a one-stop-shopping experience for exciting, new ideas for using frames in home decor. From preschool pictures to pets, from European vacations to your own back yard, you will find innovative techniques for creating fabulous framed art. Techniques include scrapbook page frames, inking, faux finishes, simple accents, basic painting, decoupage, metal, distressing, and resist medium. These projects make great gifts for family and friends.vAs a bonus, this book includes 8 tear-out pages of colorful decorative papers, borders and accents that will allow you to get started right away.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5665 (added 11/22/2005)
Kids learn how to flatten bottle caps, punch holes, add images, stickers, glazes, attach jump rings and more. The book shows them how to make bottle-cap dolls, jewelry and decorations. Full-color step-by-step photos and hand-drawn diagrams make it easy to understand.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3696 (added 5/26/2005)
Beading goes fabulous with these 20-page budget-price craft books. Girls can learn how to make traditional best-selling styles themselves. And bead artist Mary Harrison gives them instructions for her own innovative designs, too.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3692 (added 5/26/2005)
This 16-page booklet introduces teens to the world of recycled art. Ordinary bottle caps can be shaped into a wide variety of crafts from jewelry to dimensional accents on scrapbook pages, notecards and journals, with many other ideas included. Design Originals also carries coordinating sticker sets, collage papers and, of course, pre-packaged bottle caps to create these projects. - Aire Norell
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 2902 (added 2/16/2005)