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by emma-hardy

  • Author: emma-hardy
  • ISBN: 1906094748
  • ISBN13: 978-1906094744
  • ePub: 1189 kb | FB2: 1208 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cico (2008)
  • Pages: 128
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 455
  • Format: docx lit azw lrf
Green Crafts for Children ePub download

Green Crafts for Children. has been added to your Cart. Emma Hardy is a stylist and designer who has worked on various lifestyle and interiors magazines, including Country Homes and Interiors and Marie Claire.

Green Crafts for Children. Her previous books include Learn to Sew, Making Children’s Clothes, My First Craft Book, My First Sewing Machine Book, My First Stitching & Sewing Book, and Sewing Dress-Up, all published by CICO Books.

Green Crafts for Children Hardcover – 2008. by emma-hardy (Author). From painted stones and a friendship bracelet to a simple dolls' house and a driftwood boat, children will love the projects in this engaging book. In fact, kids need never be bored again.

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35 creative projects for children using natural and recycled materials

35 creative projects for children using natural and recycled materials.

Emma Hardy is a stylist and designer who has worked on various lifestyle and interiors magazines, including Country Homes and Interiors and Marie Claire. Her previous books include Learn to Sew, Making Children's Clothes, My First Craft Book, My First Sewing Machine Book, My First Stitching & Sewing Book, and Sewing Dress-Up, all published by CICO Books. Married with two daughters, Emma lives in London.

Title: Green Crafts for Children Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Read full description. Her previous books include My First Sewing Machine Book, Sewing in No Time, Quilting in No Time, Green Crafts for Children and Sewing for Children. Country of Publication.

Cico Books SKU: brew-51995. Green Crafts for Children by Emma Hardy. 35 great ideas to keep little hands busy. Kids need never be bored again with this practical, easy to follow book

Cico Books SKU: brew-51995. Kids need never be bored again with this practical, easy to follow book. Use just a few simple ingredients, such as paint, water, and glue, to occupy young minds and beat boredom. The projects here encourage children to turn off the television, get creative, and make use of the materials around them, wheter it's recycling fabrics, using kitchen items, or things found outside. The perfect introduction to the exciting world of crafts with easy to follow instructions.

Ever time I pick up a new eco-craft book I am so amazed at the creativity I find inside and I swear I like each new one even more than the last, though every book I have found has fu. .

Ever time I pick up a new eco-craft book I am so amazed at the creativity I find inside and I swear I like each new one even more than the last, though every book I have found has fun, new ways to take old things and recycle or more accurately upcycle them into fabulous new items. Green Crafts for Children: 35 Step-by-Step Projects Using Natural, Recycled, And Found Materials is full of cute, whimsical and super adorable crafts that kids, especially little girls, are going to love

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Turn them into toys with this fantastic craft from Green Crafts for Children by Emma Hardy (2. Read it. These cute glove pals can be become your child's favourite in no time and promote fine motor skills! Christmas Child Shoebox Ideas Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Kids Christmas Cute Crafts Crafts To Do Easy Crafts Crafts For Kids Diy For Kids Sewing Toys. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard. Sold alia (369985)99. 2% positive FeedbackContact seller. Green Crafts for Children: 35 Step-by-step Projects Using Natural, Recycled and Found Materials by Emma Hardy (Paperback, 2011).

Kids love to make their own toys and games, gifts and ornaments. It encourages them to give full rein to their creative flair - and if they can use component parts that are adapted or recycled, so much the better for them and the planet! None of the projects in this book use any special materials. Instead, they all rely on ingredients that you are likely to have in the cupboard or items that can be found around the house or garden, or out on walks in the park or at the beach. Recipes for salt dough are included, as well as methods for easy felting, together with step-by-step instructions on what to make, such as pretend sweets, boxes and masks. Old gift wrapping paper, old clothes and odd buttons and beads can all be used in an imaginative way, as can pine cones, tree bark, shells and other fascinating natural bits and bobs. Gifts for parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends are here, together with games and toys that can be made and then played with again and again. From painted stones and a friendship bracelet to a simple dolls' house and a driftwood boat, children will love the projects in this engaging book. In fact, kids need never be bored again.
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The crafts are underwhelming and the techniques are kind of overwhelming for kids. I tried a few with my granddaughter and there were some tense moments! Thank goodness I was an art teacher for 30 years so we recovered quickly, however, all in all I feel this book is too much for a kid yet too simple and basic for an adult. I also didn't get such a "green" vibe. We tried (or should I say I ended up finishing)the salt dough tea set, a walnut baby (which was the most frustrating for her), the tissue paper flowers (successful but come on... green?...we used purchased pipe cleaners and tissue paper!), and the simple dollhouse which Grammy made all by herself! Oh and my granddaughter is 6 with fabulous small motor skills!
Auau
I bought this for my seven year old. The plus is that we had most of everything needed for the crafts and the pictures are enticing. The only down side is that the photos show preschoolers doing the crafts and she felt that it was babyish, but we did some of the crafts and it was on level for her to do on her own. I have done one of the crafts with my Brownie Girl Scout troop which is 7-9 year olds and they had a blast. It's a very nice collection of crafts and we will enjoy it for years to come.
Bundis
I loved this book! It had some really great ideas for projects to do with things laying around the house.. in particular, I have a pile of mittens without their mate - I've held on to these for several years now hoping to come across a project/use, and I finally found one in this book! Little puppets of all different animals. Ideas like this, and many more, fill the book with beautiful photos and helpful how-to's. Most of the project ideas were ones I had never seen before, which I found refreshing. My only wish is that it were longer! It's not short, don't get me wrong, but I would love even more projects along these lines.
Realistic
Not sure they were actually tested on the age level of the kids that are recommended. I had a LOT of difficulty making the cover craft and cannot imagine if I'd taken it to a class of 1st graders to make without trying it first (we didn't do it! It would have been a disaster). There are beautiful crafts, ideas and photos and instructions are well done...just not all appropriate to age/skill level advertised.
Nagis
Really pleased with this book. I like that the projects are fairly easy to do, yet meaningful. Not all cut and paste based. The projects are affordable, and I don't need any unusual supplies to do them. I like that I can buy a general stockpile of supplies and be able to use those supplies in different projects. The book is geared towards girls, but with some imagination, you could tweak for boys.
fabscf
This is a great book full of easy projects for a child to do with an adult. My granddaughter and I have many pages bookmarked to work on. The directions are clear and the pictures are great. I highly recommend it.
FreandlyMan
I expected more. Most of the crafts are with salt clay. I expected the use of natural materials. I didn't really understand why it was called using natural materials.
I bought copies of the "Green Crafts" book for several of my nieces and nephews for Christmas. Everyone, from aunts, uncles to nieces and nephews, seemed to enjoy this book. I can't wait to hear more about the projects that ensue.
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