I Can Make Starry Things for Christmas by Jocelyn Miller


I Can Make Starry Things for Christmas by Jocelyn Miller

All over the world the star is one of the most popular motifs for Christmas crafts. This book provides loads of ideas for how to use it to make decorations, cards, gifts, treats and more. Step by step instructions and bright colour photography mean that everyone can get great results using paper, paint, glue--and, of course, glitter. At the same time, the motif provides the perfect link to the Nativity and the story and the values that are at the heart of the Christmas festival. This is a Christmas book that will be used again and again!

About the Author

Jocelyn Miller

Jocelyn Miller has been enthusiastic about 'make-and-do' crafts since she was little and and as a teenage babysitter was very keen to devise fun projects for her charges. She has also worked with children at summer holiday schools. Through this experience she has grown very aware of the need for crafts to be simple enough for everyone to get a result and open-ended enough to allow for exuberant creativity.

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Book Info


32 pages
Interest Age: From 5 To 7


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Publication date

21st September 2007



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