Rainy Day Book of Things to Make and Do by Catherine Woram, Clare Youngs
  

Synopsis

Rainy Day Book of Things to Make and Do by Catherine Woram, Clare Youngs

Encourage kids to get in touch with their creative side with this fun-packed book. Full of inspiring rainy-day activities, here you'll find an exciting range of creative alternatives to endless hours in front of the computer or TV screen. All the classic crafting techniques are covered, from printing to jewellery-making, sewing, decoupage, modelling, stencilling and much more along the way. Every project can be completed using readily available materials, so just follow the step-by-step instructions. The Rainy Day Book of Things to Make and Do features more than 56 fun and inspiring projects designed especially to appeal to boys and girls aged between 3 and 10 years. Each section is crammed full of colourful ideas for cool crafting activities, including Top Toys, Great Gifts, Dazzling Decorations, Funky Fashions and other activities that are sure to keep kids entertained on rainy days.

About the Author

Catherine Woram studied fashion at St Martins School of Art in London, followed by a Masters in fashion at the Royal College of Art. She has written for many publications, including the Telegraph Magazine, Ideal Home, BBC Good Homes and Prima. Clare Youngs is the author of several successful craft titles for children including Find It, Make It, Papercrafting in No Time, Scandinavian Needlecraft, and Christmas Crafting in No Time all published by CICO Books.

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Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Catherine Woram, Clare Youngs
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Publisher

Ryland, Peters & Small Ltd

Publication date

23rd August 2012

ISBN

9781849752725


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