Easter Things to Make and Do
Written by Leonie Pratt, Kate Knighton
Illustrated by Josephine Thompson, Erica Harr
Part of the Things to Make and Do Series
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In this enchanting book you'll find all kinds of exciting Easter activities. Just follow the simple steps to find out how to make pretty decorated eggs, paper flowers and an Easter crown. Other ideas such as fingerprinted bunnies and painted flowers are great for decorating cards for your family and friends not only at Easter, but at other times, too.
Easter Things to Make and Do by Leonie Pratt, Kate Knighton
Lots of inspiring activities to celebrate Easter and springtime. Simple, step-by-step instructions for making gifts and decorations from everyday items.
Perfect for parents and teachers.
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Leonie Pratt, Kate Knighton
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Usborne Publishing Ltd
1st February 2013
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