Freaky Funny Clay Air Dry No Baking! by Maureen Carlson
  

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Freaky Funny Clay Air Dry No Baking! by Maureen Carlson

Make super silly, gross and goofy projects with lightweight, air dry clay! With Freaky Funny Clay, you'll never say I'm bored again! Using super lightweight, air dry clay that's easy to find in any craft store, you will create lots of easy projects for hours of fun. Spark your creativity with some funny projects that will make you laugh and that will make your mom say ewwwww! when she comes across your carefully hidden rotten eggs. That's right, these projects aren't for the feint of heart. This is, after all, Freaky Funny Clay! Hey Parents! This book: * Includes 20 step-by-step clay projects for children, including eyeballs, heads and bodies in a variety of shapes, easy game pieces and more. * Uses inexpensive air dry clay that is widely available in a variety of colors and that won't require special tools or tons of clean up. * Will give your kids ages 4-12 (or the kid in you!) hours of creative projects.

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Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Maureen Carlson
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Publication date

28th June 2013

ISBN

9781440322150


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