Twirled Paper Make Almost Anything with Simple Paper Strips by Jacqueline Lee
  

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Twirled Paper Make Almost Anything with Simple Paper Strips by Jacqueline Lee

Make almost anything with simple paper strips. Outside the book is a bound-on pack containing everything required to get twirling: glue, a custom twirling wand and 100 brightly coloured paper stips, plus a packet of googly eyes. Inside is a cornucopia of ideas for twirled art: aliens, alphabets, bugs, birds, cats, cows, flowers, frogs, food, monkeys and more. In this title, thirty projects are given the step-by-detailed-step treatment, with coiled creations getting progressively more intricate as new techniques are introduced. By the end, kid-crafters will be twirling up their own unique designs using them to make greeting cards, picture frames, window hangings, pencil toppers and other masterpieces. Whimsical charm meets unlimited potential: thank heaven for little twirls.

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Format

Mixed media product
Contains Spiral bound and Other merchandise
60 pages

Author

Jacqueline Lee
More books by Jacqueline Lee

Publisher

Klutz Press Inc an imprint of Scholastic US

Publication date

1st March 2004

ISBN

9781570548086


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