Making Stuff for Kids by Victoria Woodcock
  

Synopsis

Making Stuff for Kids by Victoria Woodcock

Following on from the success of Making Stuff: An Alternative Craft Book , Making Stuff for Kids is a vibrant and exciting new craft book that features a whole slew of new ideas for cool things to make for and with kids. Well-loved favourites, like pinatas, potato printing and kaleidoscopes are explained and illustrated, as well as felted puppets, wacky worms and nautical mobiles. Alongside there is a chapter of ideas that adults can make for their little ones - this includes bibs, booties, hats, toy boxes and a whole selection of Halloween costumes. Perfect for children under ten and for young mums and dads, Making Stuff for Kids is a straight up shot of pure unadulterated fun for all.

Reviews

Vibrant Craft Focus Treasure trove of craft ideas Early Years I found this book very inspiring Families Useful, funky, exciting ideas Green Parent

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
144 pages

Author

Victoria Woodcock
More books by Victoria Woodcock

Publisher

Black Dog Publishing Ltd an imprint of Black Dog Publishing London UK

Publication date

5th November 2007

ISBN

9781906155001


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