Ribbon Girls Wind, Weave, Twist & Tie by Maryellen Kim
  

Synopsis

Ribbon Girls Wind, Weave, Twist & Tie by Maryellen Kim

Get your little artists crafting in no time with Ribbon Girls - Wind, Weave, Twist & Tie, a book guaranteed to inspire confidence and spark creativity with simple projects that require little more than ribbons, buttons, string, and similar embellishments. Especially fun for groups of kids to make at summer camp or birthday parties; projects range from hair accessories and jewelry to bedroom decor and school supplies. The simplicity and range of projects will keep kids occupied for hours on rainy days. 26 simple projects guaranteed to kindle creativity, using just ribbons, buttons, and string Each project can be completed with inexpensive, easyto-find materials Instil a lifelong love of handmade in your kids

About the Author

Maryellen Kim is the self-proclaimed supply hoarder behind Twist Style jewelry design and the Handmade Happiness Boutique. She lives in Virginia with her husband, three kids, and very fuzzy cat. Visit her on her website, twiststyle.com.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Maryellen Kim
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Publisher

C & T Publishing

Publication date

29th December 2014

ISBN

9781607059875


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