50 Ways to Get Your Carton Recycle and Create Milk and Egg Carton Crafts That Rock by Ellen Warwick
  

50 Ways to Get Your Carton Recycle and Create Milk and Egg Carton Crafts That Rock

Written by Ellen Warwick
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Synopsis

50 Ways to Get Your Carton Recycle and Create Milk and Egg Carton Crafts That Rock by Ellen Warwick

Children can get ready, get set and recycle creatively with 50 Ways to Get Your CartOn , an adorable book of projects that reuse and recycle milk and egg cartons. Not only are the crafts cool and funky, but each one saves a little bit of the planet. Each of the 50 projects is customizable and the book also includes 100 per cent recycled stickers for eco-friendly decoration.

About the Author

Ellen Warwick is a master crafter and the author of several craft books. She lives in Toronto, Canada.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Ellen Warwick
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Publisher

Sterling Juvenile

Publication date

1st June 2010

ISBN

9781402757617


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