Fingerprints Let's Make Art with Everyday Things by J. Kaergel
  

Synopsis

Fingerprints Let's Make Art with Everyday Things by J. Kaergel

This ingenious book shows how to make wonderful art with everyday objects - including the dreaded stalks of broccoli! The materials are simple: paint, a stamp pad and ink, scissors, a pen or pencil - and you're ready to create beautiful works of art. Find out how to make all kinds of animals, a forest filled with birds, bees, butterflies, a car, a dragon, and a building. Put these prints together and you have a birthday card, a name tag, a place mat, or even a storybook. Playfully designed and written in an enthusiastic tone that will appeal to children as well as adults, this art activity book shows how art can be created from almost everything and provides hours of entertainment for every member of the family.

About the Author

JULIA KAERGEL is a successful illustrator and designer of book jackets and games as well as the author of numerous books for children and adults. Her award-winning picture books have been translated into several languages. She lives in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

J. Kaergel
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Publisher

Prestel

Publication date

22nd August 2013

ISBN

9783791371429


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